I sat down to complete my historical build completely unaware of what to build. I googled the easiest historical buildings to build on minecraft to which a group of pictures popped up. Much to my surprise, these pictures included the Eiffel Tower, Capital Hill, the Leaning Tower Of Pisa, and many other options that were far more intricate than I believed I could accomplish.
I next had a moment of enlightenment in which I decided I would build the Stonehenge. The build was going to be a circle of doorway looking stone blocks as seen below. My presentation was going to consist of a video of the boulders repeated over and over again as I flew in circles playing the song "Stonehenge" by Ylvis for nearly 4 minutes. For those of you that do not know who Ylvis is, they are the group that sand "What Does the Fox Say". If that still means nothing to you please look it up after class.
One of the many stonehenges I was going to build.
I decided that I was wasting time with this idea being a clown and that I needed to start being serious. I changed my design to something slightly more intricate, however still simple enough for a child to complete since my minecraft skills are below par. This object would be the Egyptian Pyramids.
I decided to start with a base of 50 block by 50 block of sandstone. From there I figured the pyramid would not look realistic if I made each level one block tall so I made each layer two blocks tall and two blocks inward. I continued placing sandstone blocks one after another in squares upward until I had the shell of a giant pyramid. In the process of building the outer design of the pyramid, I was sitting in a study room at core in the sun and with all of the spinning in circles I had to take a break to make sure I was not going to get sick. I was actually nauseous from minecrafting. This was a huge speed bump in my building.