Community Highlights April 27th-May 3rd

Community Highlights April 27th-May 3rd

Community Highlights: April 27th-May 3rd

Get ready–this week’s community highlights are packed with great updates from our Tynker blog, teachers, and users! Kids all over checked out the Design a Mission Patch coding challenge inspired by NASA missions, and Tynker Blue Ribbon Educator Ross Hartley gives teachers 3 tiers of collaboration to maximize student-initiated problem-solving–just to name a couple of great highlights! Read on to learn more.

Projects of the Week

Bubble Popper Big Booms by King cat

Click on the enemies and defend the path! Don’t let them get to the end of the finish line!

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History of Microscope and Cells by Aerial Galactic Reaper

This game is fun and educational! Answer the questions correctly to advance and use the designated keys to move to your response!

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Tank by Pho

Avoid the enemy tanks and shoot them down to score as high as you can!

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Survive by Hacker

This game is super in-depth and has different aspects to it. Collect materials to build yourself a better life, but beware of the cave you must enter!

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The Dark Lord; Final Boss by Arcane Hero

This user created some awesome animation for his game! Defeat the boss and any other evildoers that try to stand between you and victory!

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Tweets of the Week

Wa-hoo! This teacher’s first student to enter a mission patch in the Forward to the Moon Mission Patch Design Challenge! Via Twitter @ ShellyHDunn

These students are focused on finishing up their design patches! May the best patch win! Via Twitter @MrsRThal

Check out how these students are using Tynker to program their drones to fly through hoops! Via Twitter @jenawri

These mission patches demonstrate students’ creativity! Via Twitter @NEN4thgrade

We’re so excited to see everyone’s mission patches, like the ones from these students! Via Twitter @suntanslsnplans

On the Blog

Blue Ribbon Educator Ross Hartley uses 3 tiers of collaboration to maximize student-initiated problem-solving. Find out what they are!

What seasonal projects have your kids or students tried? Check out this Seasonal Project Highlights article to get inspiration from our community!

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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