I’ve been there. You’ve figured out the difference between gravel blocks and regular stone blocks. You finally understand what a creeper is and what it does. You can recite the recipes for glow stones and wooden stairs in your sleep. Heck, you even understand how Redstone works. You’ve done it. You can have meaningful conversations with your kiddos about Minecraft.
Then, it happens. Your kids get tired of Minecraft. Sometimes for a few months, sometimes forever. Regardless, your kiddos are now looking for “the next thing” and you’re left scrambling, trying to catch up, and trying to help.
So… What do you do when your kiddo grows tired of Minecraft?
Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to help out, once you know what, specifically, about Minecraft your kiddos enjoy.