Community Highlights: December 11 – December 15
Teachers are still hosting lots of great coding activities in their classes, and students are still having a blast creating with code! This week we saw lots of incredibly creative projects and fun tweets – check them out!
Projects of the Week:
QU!CK. A speedy game, lol. – Complete the challenges as fast as possible in this cool project!
My O.S. Idea (Enderking© Portable) v1.3 – This user tried to design their very own operating system in Tynker!
Make a Pavlova! – This project will teach you how to bake a pavlova!
Tweets of the week:
This week, there were hundreds of tweets featuring kids having a blast with Tynker. From what we saw on social, everyone had a fantastic Hour of Code! Take a look at our Twitter feed for more – there are some really great tweets.
These students are having fun coding their cars – and collaborating while they’re at it!
— Kyle Gregerson (@gregerson_kyle) December 16, 2017
Looks like we have some new fans!
— Jonna Mcgaughy, PhD (@drmcgaughy) December 15, 2017
Awesome – these kids were so concentrated, the room went silent.
— Emily Gardner (@emiliejune) December 15, 2017
This teacher is excited that she discovered Tynker during Hour of Code.
— Michele Boyum (@mboyum1fm) December 15, 2017
Looks like this student put pencil to paper to help her think through her coding process!
— Melanie Anderson (@pes_manderson) December 13, 2017
On The Blog:
This week, we posted an article suggesting ways teachers can build on HOC momentum, titled “5 Ways to Go #BeyondOneHour.”
In the News:
This teacher will be using part of a $25,000 grant to purchase Tynker for her entire school!
Keep contributing 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!