Community Highlights – November 3rd to November 9th

Community Highlights – November 3rd to November 9th

Community Highlights – November 3rd to November 9th

So many great things happened in the Tynker community this week! From creating great projects like Super Dash to making storyboards and multiplication games with Tynker, our community is engaging with Tynker in exciting ways! Read on to learn more.

Projects of the Week

Dodge all the red, but you can take cover in the blue if you need to! Click anywhere on the screen to make your character go up.

Super Dash by marpooh

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You are a flying penguin in space and you have to dodge items like ice cream, pizza, and fish! Reach the portal at the end to save the penguin!

Penguins N Portals by pixelpc

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Help Sarah fulfill her tasks by traversing through this world and overcoming anything that comes your way!

Sarah’s Quest – BETA 1.1 by steve10081838

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Exterminate the monsters! You can work your way to hit the green sphere with a monster to make it explode, which makes for easier access to the enclosed monsters!

Monster Extermination by rocketman1197

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Everything is on fire! Run away and jump over obstacles to escape impending doom!

Forest Fire 1 by Jayden-Lee

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Tweets of the Week

These second graders are learning how to code!

Make storyboards with Tynker!

Create your own multiplication game with Tynker!

These third graders love using Tynker!

 

On the Blog

This week we were so excited to have two outstanding Featured Makers this week! Marshall wants to be an author or a game designer when he grows up, and Usman loves to practice math skills even when he’s not at school.

Our Featured School this week is Buffalo Trail Public Schools, where student-centered learning is the top priority!

Fifteen years ago, teaching kids programming languages was probably far from the minds of most parents. Today, it’s a crucial skill. What are the skills today’s parents should foster in their kids, and how can Tynker help? Read more in How Coding Prepares Your Child for the Future!

Keep contributing to the Tynker community! Parents and teachers can connect with us on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and the Tynker Community Forum. Kids can also start learning to code and creating for free with the Tynker app for iPads and Android tablets!

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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