Community Highlights: May 26 – June 1

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Community Highlights: May 26 – June 1

Community Highlights: May 26 – June 1

It’s Monday, which means we get to recap what the Tynker community has been up to! This week, Tynkerers were busy creating amazing projects ranging from clicker games to snails and barrels. Don’t miss our featured tweets or blog update either!

Projects of the Week

Dr. Dee’s Lab UPDATE by Kenzie

This new edition of Kenzie’s project “Dr. Dee’s Lab” comes with potions that were suggested by other Tynkerers.

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Dave’s Ice Cream – v1.101 by PRANAY

This clicker game gives you points for eating ice cream. You can use your points to upgrade the flavor and add chocolate chips.

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Spot it by Webbed Ukelele

This game is all about tapping the right item on each screen. Which item could it be?

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Snail Survival by Gkbogne

You are an unlucky snail. Keep away from the falling barrels!

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Avoid the clouds to keep flying through the sky as long as you can.

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Fortune Teller by Sans

This fortune teller will predict the rest of your life.

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Tweets of the Week

These students are creating anti-bullying animations in Tynker!

This is so cool – these kids taught a Tynker lesson by putting themselves in Tynker. Check it out!

This teacher is so enthusiastic!

How cute are these first graders!?

Love this teacher’s recounting of seeing her student’s computational thinking in action.

It’s always fun to see students enjoying flying drones with Tynker!


On the Blog

This week’s Featured Makers were Noah and Gabe. Noah is learning to code to prepare for his future career as an inventor, and Gabe likes to incorporate his pet toads into his coding games. When asked if other kids should learn to code, Gabe replied, “Heck yeah!”

We also posted The Power of Play: How Kids Benefit from Game-Based Learning. It was an interesting article to work on – did you know that GBL dates back to the 1970s with Oregon Trail?


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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