Celebrate and create with code! Holidays are wonderful occasions for encouraging kids to create. From homemade greeting cards to Halloween costumes, kids who learn to create at a young age will more likely become lifelong makers instead of passive consumers.
Check out the Halloween games kids have created using Tynker — kids who have participated in our introductory programming camps, classes and online courses. When kids create games they are introduced to the logic of programming and the planning required to bring an idea to life.
Click on the picture to play the game, or sign in to Tynker to remix these projects!
Sign in to start remixing – You will have your own copy of the project under “My Projects” in your account.
Stay tuned for more inspiration to celebrate holidays throughout the year. Want ideas for another seasonal project? Take a look at a few projects made using skills learned in just a few Tynker introductory programming lessons, and encourage kids to create Thanksgiving-themed games and stories. Click on the picture to play the game.
Give your child the satisfaction of being a maker and giving your holiday celebrations a personal touch. There’s no better way to celebrate the season than taking pride in sharing something homemade.
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
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