Community Highlights May 11-17

Community Highlights May 11-17

Community Highlights: May 11-17

This week in the Tynker community: Students are using drones to work collaboratively and learn about shapes, and Featured Maker Cadence uses coding to achieve her goal of making games! Read on to learn more!

Projects of the Week

STEAM Design Thinking Project by brentonlin

Use the “a” and “d” keys to dodge the meteors and make your way to Mars!

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Flying Chase Zone by Coel0physis

Tails flies Sonic through the sky to defeat their enemies! Press “L” to make Sonic jump and destroy the villains!

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Balloon Pop by UltimatePlayer

Pull back your arrow and pop as many balloons as you can!

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Street Fighters (v1.5beta) by Wolfiecodes

This user created original art for Street Fighters and his own animation! Use the buttons to defeat Ken or Ryu!

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Color Swap by Cryptic Waffle

Try to get the white ball through the circle and obtain the prize in the middle! You must hit the color box before you go inside the circle to see where you can enter through, because it coordinates with what color your ball is!

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Tweets of the Week

These students are working collaboratively to make the drone fly! Via Twitter@MrsJosieMcKay

So cool to see these 1st graders excited about programming! Via Twitter @karenpf02

More drone action in this classroom! Via Twitter @MrClinch

Can your students draw shapes with drones like these kids can? Via Twitter @penybontprimary

On the Blog

Featured Maker Cadence feels that coding allows her to achieve her dream of making games! “I like to code because I feel like I’m making my own game, like those on the app store, and I’ve always wanted to do that.”

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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