Students In Japan Held A Minecraft Graduation During Coronavirus Outbreak

Schools might have just recently closed in the United States because of the coronavirus, but in Japan they have been closed for so long that students had to hold their OWN GRADUATION in MINECRAFT!

On Twitter an elementary school's "virtual graduation" has gone viral after the students shared screenshots and videos of them holding their own graduation ceremony in a building they collaboratively built in the popular video game Minecraft with other students.

The students apparently spent all day playing games together and having fun, kind of like a Field Day before their normal graduation, and near the end of the day they all assembled in their graduation hall and walked down one-by-one across their digitally built stage.

You can see some photos and videos of the graduation below, but would you be okay if your student had to do a "virtual graduation?"


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