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Minecraft Resource: 4 Quadrant Template (Grass Version)

In a recent post, I mentioned beginning to work with some 4th grade teachers. They wanted a world where they could have multiple classes working, but each class separately contained. Thus, this template was created.

Name: 4 Quadrant Template World (Grass Version)
Creator: Rachel Moravec
Description: A downloadable world with 4 grass quadrants for PC editions of Minecraft. Students should spawn in the central building, and teachers using add-ons can easily set spawn points. Signs are posted to divide each class into their zones. Each zone is laid out with grass to make natural builds easier. Each zone is 402 x 402 square blocks.
Notes: This world works great on vanilla versions of Minecraft. However, it works best on versions running Spigot with the EssentialsX add-on. With this add-on, the spawn point can be set, as well as different warp points for each class. Please note this isn’t required, but optional.
Link: 4 Quadrant Template (Grass Version)

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Minecraft Resource: 4 Quadrant Template (Colored Zones Version)

In a recent post, I mentioned beginning to work with some 4th grade teachers. They wanted a world where they could have multiple classes working, but each class separately contained. Thus, this template was created.

Name: 4 Quadrant Template World (Colored Zones Version)
Creator: Rachel Moravec
Description: A downloadable world with 4 colored quadrants for PC editions of Minecraft. Students should spawn in the central building, and teachers using add-ons can easily set spawn points. Signs are posted to divide each class into their zones. Each zone is a different color for easy sorting, and has grid marks that makes laying out a build easier. Each zone is 402 x 402 square blocks.
Notes: This world works great on vanilla versions of Minecraft. However, it works best on versions running Spigot with the EssentialsX add-on. With this add-on, the spawn point can be set, as well as different warp points for each class. Please note this isn’t required, but optional.
Link: 4 Quadrant Template (Colored Zones Version)

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Minecraft Resource: City Layout Starter

I’ve been working on setting up the city layout that will guide my Minecraft: Cityscapers kiddos in their design of their project city build. I decided to share this project world with anyone who wants to have the basic layout done.

Name: Minecraft City Layout Starter World
Creator: Rachel Moravec
Description: A downloadable world with a basic layout for a city completed for PC editions of Minecraft. This particular layout has a central focal point. It can be used to design a tower, monument, or small park. A roundabout encases it, and I started doing the roads that branch out from this area. The area of each city block (encompassed by the white quartz) is 70 x 71. From there, the design is up to the creator!
Link: City Layout Starter

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