Community Highlights: October 21 – October 27

Last Updated: October 30, 2017 12:22 pm
Community Highlights: October 21 – October 27

Community Highlights: October 21 – October 27

Happy Monday, everyone! Last week we saw hundreds of fantastic projects as always – here are our favorites, along with some great tweets and a recap of our blog posts!

Projects of the Week:

Max and the Secret Cake: Max is in jail. Then a mysterious cake arrives. What happens next?

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Tynker Parade: This project is a shout-out to Tynker and Purpleberry, a popular Tynkerer!

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Cyborg Dog 2: Apocalypse: Featured maker SuperEthan returns with another excellent project.

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Crazzy Kitty: This cat is up to no good!

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Tweets of the Week:

Cute video of kids at a school in India enjoying Tynker.

These kids are enjoying a cool coordinates activity!

Girl power! Love this tweet.

On the Blog:

Scout was this week’s Featured Maker. She’s pretty amazing – she taught herself Tynker and Python! One of our favorite bits of wisdom she shared pertains to her experiences with the Tynker community. She said, “You look at the code and there’s just so many opportunities for what you can make – it’s proof that everyone can come up with a different thing. From the same building blocks, you can make all the ideas that you have.”

We also posted this article about Infosys grant recipient Laura Hanna, who told us she stays after school planning lessons…and coding with Tynker! She never assigns a project she hasn’t coded through herself and works with her students to focus on problem-solving.

This week we posted an article highlighting some of our most inspirational featured makers. Check it out here! We rounded out our posts this week with an article about our school curriculum update.

Tynker in the News:

Exciting news – Tynker was named as a finalist in “Best Coding App or Tool” for the Edvocate awards! Winners are named on Tuesday.

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!

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