This podcast is an interview with 12 year old Rachel, who participated in the July 2015 Minecraft Summer Camp sponsored by Connected Camps of California. Rachel shares some stories about things that happened in Minecraft Camp and what she enjoyed about the camp. Check out the podcast shownotes for links to the official Connected Camps Minecraft Camp website and Twitter channel, as well as Rachel’s Minecraft channel on YouTube and a couple screenshots of her Minecraft builds from camp. Connected Camps is continuing to offer after-school Coding Camps during the school year, so check them out! Connect Camps rocks!
- Connected Camps: Club Minecraft
- Connected Camps on Twitter: @connectedcamps
- Connected Camps on YouTube
- Meet Summer of Minecraft Camp Counselors (1.5 min VIDEO)
- Rachel’s Stampy Monument in Minecraft at ConnectedCamps (screenshot)
- Rachel’s Library in Minecraft at ConnectedCamps (screenshot)
- Rachel Fryer’s website
- Rachel’s Minecraft YouTube Channel: RachelArtist
- Rachel on on Twitter: @rachfMC
by Wesley Fryer
by Wesley Fryer
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