Community Highlights April 20th-April 26th

Community Highlights April 20th-April 26th

Community Highlights: April 20th-April 26th

We’re so excited about the great projects and teacher tweets we saw this week! And we’re thrilled about our newest coding challenge, the Forward to the Moon Mission Patch Design Challenge, inspired by NASA missions! Read on to learn more about this week’s community highlights!

Projects of the Week

The Battle! by Sam_

Avoid the green enemy trying to shoot you down. Use the mouse to maneuver away from the blue bullets!

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Slime Tycoon by Taylor

Dodge the Slime monsters that are constantly coming your way!

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Money Journey by Aaron

Journey through the life of this stick-figure and try to get as rich as possible!

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Quick Sand by SSSparky

Move around the desert map and avoid enemies while collecting stars and health!

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Farmin Corn by Jaron

Become a farmer in this interactive farming game! Plant some corn and reap the seeds with your tools! You can also use the shop to upgrade your farm.

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Tweets of the Week

We’re thrilled to see students getting excited about NASA and the #Moon2Mars challenge!


Via Twitter @DenisecWright

These students coded Tynker’s Plant Trees project for Earth Day!


Via Twitter @ShellyHDunn

Check out how these third graders are learning about programming events!


Via Twitter @innovatelab102

A student drew and animated his own character in a Tynker project!


Via Twitter @stipeslibrary

Even more students are getting excited about #ForwardToTheMoon!


Via Twitter @auburnjen1999

On the Blog

The word is out–Tynker brings you the Forward to the Moon Mission Patch Design Challenge, inspired by NASA’s space missions! Code your own patch to win a video call with a NASA expert–and get excited about human spaceflight along the way!

Featured Maker Paarus likes a good coding challenge: “It’s fun and I like difficult things. In the Tynker courses, the dragon one is really hard and becomes fun when you try to solve it.”

Tynker Blue Ribbon Educator Laura Smith uses technology to help students get excited about learning: “[Tynker] meets [students] where they are and gives them something they can be proud of accomplishing!”


Keep contributing to the Tynker community! Parents and teachers can connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, 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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