Minecraft and Autistic Pride

HsMinecraftAvi.jpgtic… tic… tic…

Time is passing slowly for H today…

He is watching the clock…

He is waiting for 4:00, when it has been arranged that he will hang out via Skype and play Minecraft with his friend B♥…

And perhaps her little sister…

I anticipate that he will show her the project he has working on for the last little while.  It is sitting on the coffee table, seemingly perched with the same eager excitement and barely contained anticipation as H.

He is proud of what he has created and this is a wonderful thing to see and support.

Last year for Autistic Pride Day, H shared, “I am proud of my inventive mind!”

This year he is proud to share his design and creation…


MinecraftSkinDesignMinecraftSkin1MInecraftskin2Minecraftskin3Minecraftskin4This post is participating in the 5th Annual Autistic Artistic Carnival  Check it out!!


30 Days of Autism is a project designed to fight stigma, promote civil rights, and increase understanding and acceptance for those who process and experience the world differently.

© Leah Kelley, Thirty Days of Autism (2014)

About Leah Kelley, Ed.D.

Leah Kelley, M.Ed, Ed.D., Writer, Consultant, Activist, Speaker, and Educator, working with Teacher Candidates at UBC. Authors blog: 30 Days of Autism. Projects support social understanding, Neurodiversity paradigm, Disability Justice, and connecting Disability Studies in Education(DSE)to Educational Practice. Twitter: @leah_kelley Facebook: 30 Days of Autism: Leah Kelley
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1 Response to Minecraft and Autistic Pride

  1. DJ Kirkby says:

    My N3S loves playing Minecraft!


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