Community Highlights January 7-January 13th

Community Highlights January 7-January 13th

Community Highlights: January 7-13

Holiday vacations are over for many members of our Tynker community, and we’re excited to see the coding fun continue, both at school and at home! Check out some of these top projects, tweets, and blog highlights from this past week!

Projects of the Week

Sweets Slicer by Pixelpc

Slice up these scrumptious desserts and rack up a high score!

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Galaga Boss Battle 1 by humiliatingfrog539

You have many layers of shields to protect you from the boss’s lasers. You can regenerate your shield but defeat the boss quickly so you won’t have to!

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Four Corners by kookylord904

This game has many mini-games in the mix! Play using the rules given and you will have loads of fun!

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Space Invaders by 25sreddy

This game features classic space invaders with increased speed, making gameplay much more challenging!

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Little Life Simulator by exuberanthorse310

Your life in a simulator! You must work with your wage and pave your way through this life simulator!

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Tweets of the Week

Students at Buffalo Trail Public Schools prepare for the future through coding!

Setting meaningful New Year’s Resolutions was never easier than it is with our New Year’s Resolution seasonal project! Check out how these students are thinking about goals while learning how to code!

For these students, coding is collaborative with Tynker!

Interdisciplinarity is possible with Tynker! What a great idea for integrating coding and health concepts.

On the Blog

Collaborate with code! With drones and robots, Candy Quest and Minecraft, there are so many ways to practice being a team player with Tynker!

Featured Maker Oliver’s “Spaceship Takeoff” is exciting to watch! When he grows up, Oliver wants to be a computer engineer.

“What’s a ‘resolution’?” With our newest seasonal project, New Year’s Resolution, you can use code to teach kids about setting goals for 2019!

Featured Maker Brian’s favorite subject is math, and he wants to be a software engineer when he grows up!

Keep contributing to the Tynker community! Parents and teachers can connect with us on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and the Tynker Community Forum. Kids can start learning to code and free with the Tynker app for iPads and Android tablets! Our new Tynker Junior App, available in the Apple Store, is a great tool for introducing pre-readers to programming!

Tynker enables children to learn computer programming in a fun and imaginative way. More than 60 million kids worldwide have started learning to code using Tynker.

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