Community Highlights: October 29-November 4th

Community Highlights: October 29-November 4th

          Community Highlights: October 29 – November 4th

We hope everyone had a spookily good time this Halloween! This week, students used our newest seasonal project, Spooky Brew, to get into the Halloween spirit. Our Featured Maker Natalie impressed us with her tin foil stop motion project, and our Featured School, University Preparatory Academy, showed us how they use Tynker as part of their STEM curriculum! Read on to learn more about what happened in the Tynker community this week.

Projects of the Week

This user created this free-for-all shooting game where you can build your own fort and protect yourself from the opposition!

Shoot by erecteagle630

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Learn how to fight like a savage in this arcade game! You will go through several tutorials and then your skills will be put to the test!

Fight Like Savages!!! by grimyswing397

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In this challenging game, you are Codey and you must dodge all the fireballs until you reach the score of 1000. Good luck!

Monster Escape by Miquel

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This user created a clicker and a simulator where you have to spend your earnings to build up to an item. It’s hard, but he’s added some good code to it!

JMON Simulator by jk mario

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Tweets of the Week

So excited to see these 2nd graders learning how to code with Tynker!

Tynker is a great tool for building math skills!

Halloween coding fun with Tynker!

These students learned about block coding with our newest seasonal project, Spooky Brew!

Lots of Halloween fun happened this week with Tynker!

On the Blog

Our Featured Maker this week is Natalie, who makes awesome stop-motion projects with Tynker!

Our Featured School this week is University Preparatory Academy, where Tynker is an important part of the STEM program!

Wondering what’s new with Tynker this fall? Check out this week’s blog post to learn about new features, from Crystal Clash and New Code Editor to our Barbie-themed course!

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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