Community Highlights: April 21 – April 27

Coding for Kids
Community Highlights: April 21 – April 27

Community Highlights: April 21 – April 27

Every Monday we bring you the best of the Tynker community. Between a project imitating the life of a YouTube star, a simulation of Windows PC, and a Tynker version of a recorder, this week’s featured projects will surely impress you. See if you can beat “Tynker’s Hardest Game”! We also saw some great tweets this week – don’t miss them or our blog update! 

Projects of the Week

Shark by Cheezy Burger

You are a shark. Eat all the fish you can, but avoid the boats.

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VidTube Sim by isuckatcoding

This simulator game lets you live the life of a rising YouTube star.

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Tynkers Hardest game by Two Quicksand

This game is simple but very difficult. Can you make it through the moving obstacles?

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derp adventure pt1 by Hungry Tiger

Fight derpy bosses in this silly adventure game.

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Dot Dash by Fond Muffin

Keep your dot from being crushed or sliced by the crushers and blades.

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klaviatura by Rimantas

This awesome music project maps out the different notes you can play on a recorder!

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Computer Simulator BETA 1.7 by Enderking (Agent X)

This project simulates the experience of using a Windows PC!

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Wallnut Clicker Beta by Dependable Banshee

You have a walnut stand. How many walnuts will it take to solve world hunger?

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Tweets of the Week

Looks like everyone had a blast at the hackathon! Check out these three tweets.

These kids all look really interested in learning to code!

This looks fun – students created obstacle courses and programmed drones to navigate them!

Cute photos from an after-school coding club.

These kids are exploring Minecraft!

Fun – this classroom had a family STEM night highlighting Tynker.

On the Blog

This week’s Featured Makers were Annette and Colten. Annette told us how much she appreciates using Codey to help her learn to code, and Colten said he’s the only kid in his class who likes homework! Don’t miss the chance to check out what they had to say.

We also posted a cool 6-step “brain bootcamp,” as well as a guest post by educator Jon Hidalgo. He wrote, “Tynker helps students feel confident, and gives a success story to share with their fellow classmates.”

In the News

Prior to the event, our Miami Hackathon got press in the Miami New Times as well as South Florida Times.


Keep contributing to the Tynker community! Parents and teachers can connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and the Tynker Community Forum. Kids can start learning to code and creating for free with the Tynker app for iPads and Android tablets or by playing our Hour of Code activities!

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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