Community Highlights: March 12 – March 18

Community Highlights: March 12 – March 18

Community Highlights: March 12 – March 18

Every week, we bring you the best and brightest of the Tynker community! Our users were busy creating everything from a bird attack game to a Hawaiian dance party this week. Check out our Twitter highlights for a look at how students are learning to code through our courses and using Tynker for interesting class projects!

Projects of the Week

Stick Quest World 3 by Nolan

Nolan’s best known project is Dab Clicker, but he also dreamed up the Stick Quest World series! Make sure you check out Stick Quest World 1 and Stick Quest World 2, as well.

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Attack of the birds by Trifling Praise

Defend against the incoming birds in this cool game!

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crossy road alpha by Internal Wizard

Play the mobile game Crossy Road in Tynker.

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The Choice is Yours by Ezra

This project gives you lots of funny outcomes to choose from.

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Hawaii Animation by Lopsided Ecosystem

Check out this cool Hawaii-themed animation.

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Ultimate Animated House! by PKGaming

In this house, you can tap almost anything to animate it!

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Battle Cats by Stephen

Fight against the enemy animals using your army of Battle Cats.

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Tweets of the Week

This school is always using Tynker in cool ways – this week, they used Tynker as part of their biography projects!

Cute! These third graders look like they’re loving modding Minecraft with Tynker!

Leveling up is rewarding! Check out this student’s excitement at reaching level 11!

Nice – this class is enjoying Space Cadet.

On the Blog

Our Featured Makers this week were Helen and James. Both of them want to be astronauts! Helen is only eight but has been coding for three years, and James studies outer space in his free time. We have some pretty impressive users!

We featured educator Christine Whitmire, who said, “Tynker also gives everyone the opportunity to be creative, be heard, and be recognized,” and shared a post about our booth at the Spring 2018 CUE conference. We also celebrated the fun holidays this week with a Pi Day project and a cool St. Patrick’s Day coding game!

In the News

We saw a couple great articles in the news this week about how kids are using Tynker! The Sahuarita Sun cited Tynker as a great way to use tech to help kids learn, and shared how Newlonsburg Elementary 4th graders are using Tynker in their technology class.


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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