Minecraft Coding

Modding. It’s kind of a big deal. There are lots of ways to mod Minecraft, but none as easy or as fun as this.

With Tynker, kids use drag and drop programming to rapidly create Minecraft mods and deploy them with » 1-click. Whether they want to turn water into gold, build instant cities, or create multi-player games, their imagination is the only limit.

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Modding Made Simple

Tynker's easy visual approach turns your child's passion for Minecraft into a lifelong interest in learning, making, and creativity. As kids build mods and create add-ons for Minecraft, they’ll learn to code, think critically, and write programs. They will see coding as a tool they can use to bring anything in their imagination to life.

Code at Home

with Minecraft Java Edition

Tynker makes it really easy to mod Minecraft. We eliminate the need to compile Java files, set up servers, or open network ports for friends. With Tynker, everything is taken care of, from tools to servers, so it’s a seamless experience for your child at home. Our unique visual coding approach eliminates frustration for beginners and ensures success every step of the way.


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Now Available:

  • Support for Minecraft Pocket Edition and Minecraft Windows 10
  • Mind Crafters: Learn to mod Minecraft Windows 10 and Pocket Edition
  • Fun tools to modify behaviors and create add-ons

Code at School

with Minecraft Education

Tynker is one of the default programming options in Minecraft Education. With Tynker’s guided instruction, students get excited about coding as they learn to visualize and plan, create geometric structures, and solve real-world problems. In the process, they’ll build reading, writing, math, science, and coding skills.

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Our home plans offer everything your child needs to mod Minecraft and get excited about coding.

Get started with three simple steps:


Our tutorials and activities will challenge and inspire your students to build STEM projects in Minecraft.

To get started:

  • Get setup with Minecraft Education
  • Type “/code” to launch Code Connector and select Tynker
  • Run tutorials, Tynker Workshop, and the Agent Trials puzzle set

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Minecraft Editions Supported by Tynker


  • 6 Courses
  • Modding with Tynker Mod Designer
  • Skin Editor
  • Texture Editors
  • Private Server
  • Server Mini-Games

Windows 10

  • 2 Courses
  • Modding with Tynker Workshop
  • Skin Editor
  • Add-on Manager
  • Texture Editors

Pocket Edition
for iPad, Android

  • 2 Courses
  • Modding with Tynker App
  • Modding with Tynker Workshop
  • Skin Editor
  • Add-On Manager
  • Texture Editors

Minecraft Education

  • 10 Tutorials
  • Agent Trials Puzzle Course
  • Modding with Tynker Workshop

Frequently asked questions

  • Why enroll your kids in Minecraft coding classes?

    First is familiarity: Minecraft remains one of the most popular games of all time. Its simple interface paired with a focus on creativity — rather than competition — makes it compelling for young minds to explore. It also offers the benefit of highly customizable and configurable code, allowing anyone with the right skills and knowledge to change the world itself.
    However, that’s just the beginning. When kids learn Minecraft coding, it opens the door to critical and creative thinking that’s logically driven but virtually limitless. With a basic understanding of Minecraft operations, children quickly learn to create environments and explore the boundaries of virtual worlds. Even better? The immediate impact of their actions in the game can help foster the drive to dig deeper and discover exactly how Minecraft operations work.
    Put simply, Minecraft is the foundation, offering the solid framework kids need to learn more complex coding skills such as Python or Java. It helps them eventually make the move to writing mods and programs that modify the Minecraft world — or create entirely new experiences.

  • What Youngsters Learn in Our Minecraft Courses

    Our Minecraft classes can help kids master key skills, including:

    • Basic Minecraft modding: Kids can learn the basics of creating modifications — or “mods” — for Minecraft, and learn how to publish and deploy them on private servers.
    • Game design: More advanced Minecraft editing teaches kids to build games including Capture the Flag, Slimeball and Soccer.
    • Minecraft add-ons: Children create customized add-ons and mods with custom behavior to push the boundaries of basic Minecraft.
    • Complex creations:
    • Advanced modding and gaming: No Minecraft coding experience would be complete without an intermediate look at advanced modding and game design on private servers to help kids explore the limits of their imagination.

*“Minecraft” is a trademark of Mojang AB, and we are not associated with Mojang

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