Community Highlights: January 21st-January 27th

Community Highlights: January 21st-January 27th

Community Highlights: January 21st-January 27th

We’re so excited about some of the great Tynker projects to come out this week! As per usual, our Featured Makers are inspiring us with their creativity, and students all over are showing the world what they can do with code!

Projects of the Week

Hit the Target by Kingstyn

Click on the moving targets before they get to the yellow line! Careful, the objects speed up as you advance.

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Build and Blow Up! by screechingnoodle550

Build whatever you like with the tools that you have and when you’re done or just don’t want it anymore, blow it up with the dynamite!

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Super Squareguy Adventure! by Da Cheezy Boi

First, when you start this game, you should head left past the square guy to get the hammer, and then continue on your way towards the right to advance the story!

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Laser Tag by tautwriter481

Blast the targets and your opponents–they have targets on their heads!

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Gold mouth: Life Simulator by Sweet_Alfie

An awesome simulator of a little rabbit. From exercising and brushing your teeth to playing outside, this simulator has it all!

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Tweets of the Week

We’re also excited that you’re a Tynker Blue Ribbon Educator, Dee McCabe!

4th grade students are persisting with Tynker!

This student problem-solved with Tynker!

On the Blog

Featured Maker Nicholas says the best thing about Tynker is: “That you can make your own projects and the thing is that you get a whole different list of options. You have all different kinds of codes and variables, and you can create functions and stuff. It’s just really fun!”

Featured Maker Rosalie showed persistence when she started out with Tynker: “At first coding was hard, but then I started practicing and it started to get fun!”

Tynker’s going to FETC 2019–the Future of Education Technology Conference! This year it’s in Orlando, Florida. Wishing good luck to our education team!

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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