Community Highlights: October 21 – October 27

Last Updated: November 6, 2017 3:10 pm
Community Highlights: October 21 – October 27
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Community Highlights: October 21 – October 27

Kick off the week with some cool Tynker projects, made by kids! Which one is your favorite?

Projects of the Week:

Chilling with Hot Dawg (May Have Bugs) – Did you know that hot dogs can skateboard?! We didn’t, until we saw this funny project.

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Tank Wars – Check out this awesome recreation of World of Tanks!

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Modern Cinderella – Help Ella finish her chores so she can get to the party on time.

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Rock, Paper, Scissors! – Play this classic game against an AI opponent.

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Tweets of the Week:

Students are excited about coding with Tynker!

Students and their teacher are sprawled out on the floor, coding!

Cool! This tweet highlights the collaborative, problem-solving aspects of coding that we love!

Cute! This teacher says her classroom is hooked on Tynker after day one!

On the Blog:

This week we had two Featured Makers: Gibson, who was really successful during our Summer Code-A-Thon, and Rebecca, who coded an anti-bullying project – then impressed her whole school at an assembly! They both impressed us with their advanced, colorful projects.

Ready for National STE(A)M Day? This article is full of great ideas for celebrating (and if you look closely, there’s a hidden acrostic poem!)

We also shared this article all about our new teacher dashboard and its features.

Tynker in the News:

We’re excited to announce we’ve been named the winner of Best Coding App or Tool in the Edvocate Awards!

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 or by playing our Hour of Code activities – and don’t forget to celebrate National STE(A)M day on Wednesday!

About Tynker

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.