Community Highlights May 4th-May 10th

Community Highlights May 4th-May 10th

Community Highlights May 4th-May 10th

We hope everyone had a great Mother’s Day! We saw students using our Mad Libs activity to code poems for their mothers and other special people in their lives. Christina Deoja, an electrical engineer at NASA, offers insight into how to help kids get interested in STEM, and Blue Ribbon Educator Justin Mattson explains why Tynker Junior is a great coding platform for pre-readers! Read on to learn more.

Projects of the Week

Laser Bikes by Despacito Clan

Get the other tank to roll over the mines that you drop! Win the game and dodge the fiery obstacles in the way.

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Don’t Let Jimmy Go Boom by Doggyo4

Don’t let the bombs hit Jimmy! Use the arrow keys to avoid the bombs at all costs.

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Blazing Angels by Nathan

This user created a Blue Angel jet project where you must dodge the green boulders trying to take you out!

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Food Fall by Korbinrhoades

Catch all the falling food so it doesn’t go to waste! The point system is in the top right and you must prioritize if you want the highest score.

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Ultimate Boss Battle by Master Coder

The Ultimate boss battle! Hint: If you shield, you have a chance to regain some health. Use your special attack whenever you can!

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Tweets of the Week

Check out this project this student made with Tynker! Via Twitter @teacherdebra

These students are celebrating Mother’s Day and learning about parts of speech with Tynker’s Mad Libs project! Via Twitter @kandi_marsh

First graders hard at work on a Tynker lesson! Via Twitter @karenpf02

Students using Tynker to program drones! Via Twitter @BetsyPupparo

On the Blog

Tynker Blue Ribbon Educator Justin Mattson uses Tynker Junior to teach pre-K and kindergarten students about sequential thinking, reading, self-confidence, and more!

Christina Deoja is a mom, mentor, and electrical engineer at NASA! Celebrate the women in your life by reading about this inspiring Woman in STEM!

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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