Community Highlights: November 18 – November 24
Fidget spinners zoom – This fidget spinner project comes with quiz questions!
Planet Explorer – Explore imaginary planets in this awesome project.
Sonic the prototype – Try out this prototype remake of Sonic The Hedgehog.
GirlGuru! – Featured maker GirlGuru talks about her best projects!
Tweets of the week:
This teacher is having fun creating stories with code!
— Mr Curtin (@_MrCurtin) November 25, 2017
Cute! This teacher’s niece is loving Tynker. “Go ‘head girl…play that game!”
You know it’s great when ur baby niece wakes you up to play the ‘game’ and of course it is….but what she’s also doing is coding using swift code on @gotynker ! Go ‘head girl…..play that game! pic.twitter.com/1GVcewu8pj
— Maria Nouafasse (@MsNouafasse) November 26, 2017
It’s cool to see schools taking advantage of all Tynker has to offer for Hour of Code! Check out this tweet.
Our student coding session sign up board is now ready & waiting for eager & excited Ss to sign up and have fun coding 😀 @West_GlenJS @hourofcode @codeorg @gotynker #everyonecanlearn #parentscanjoin #countdownison #studentengagement #lunchtechsession @marcus_peron @LC1_TDSB pic.twitter.com/GMZ9AoIH9H
— Andrea Gillard (@agillard25) November 22, 2017
This class is using Tynker to explore the tributaries of a river.
— Crie Berlanga (@CrieBerlanga) November 21, 2017
Inspiring—children in Yemen coding for a “bright future.”
Children in #Yemen learn coding with @goTynker in an attempt 2 overcome the miserable conditions of war & hoping 4 a bright future.
Thank you Manarat Sanaa International School#UNICEF_Yemen#KidsTakeOver#WorldChildrensDay@CodeOrg@GirlsWhoCode@WomenWhoCode@WorldPulse#اليمن pic.twitter.com/tYfB9d4qsx
— Arwa Al-Anesi (@ArwaAlAnesi) November 22, 2017
On the Blog:
This week, we featured Noelle, who told me she spends her limited iPad time on Tynker. She’s a fantastic an enthusiastic maker – when we interviewed her, she invited us to “dive into the code” with her!
We also posted an article about Sarah, the maker behind “GirlGuru.” Her projects have been featured many times, and she’s quite popular in the Tynker community!
We’re excited for Hour of Code! To prepare, this article, “4 Tips for a Successful Hour of Code,” went live on the blog.
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!