Community Highlights: October 5-11

Community Highlights: October 5-11
Last Updated: October 14, 2019 11:47 am

Community Highlights: October 5-11

We loved seeing so many great projects and educator tweets this week! We also were excited to see so many great entries for the Lunar Gateway Coding Challenge. Thanks to everyone who participated! Read on to see this week’s highlights!

Projects of the Week

Flappy Potter by Potterhead

Harry Potter is on his way to catch the Golden Snitch! Help him maneuver through the obstacles to catch it!

Stick Adventure by Crushlydoo
Swing your axe to ward off all the enemies trying to attack you! Reach the boss and time your swing correctly to beat him!

Impossible Basketball Game by fakerskt401
The basketball hoop moves! Calculate your shot correctly to maximize the amount of points you can have!

Plane Simulator by elijahcharles
You are in control in the air tower and you must guide the planes to give you the most points! Make sure you keep up with the fuel.

Ghost Adventure by John
You are changed to a ghost and you must navigate your way through the spooky world to find out how to become a human again!

Tweets of the Week

Students develop critical thinking skills and solve problems with Tynker! Via Twitter @michaelokaneedu

See what these students are creating with Tynker! Via Twitter @PelletierASDE

We’re excited to see these students learning how to codeVia Twitter @WestSideMrMcB

These students have completed a Tynker programming course! Via Twitter @StJosephsCPS

We’re so excited to see students celebrating World Space Week with the Lunar Gateway Challenge! Via Twitter @Dolphinville

On the Blog

We’re excited to share that the Infosys Foundation USA is hosting the Pathfinders Winter Institute in 2020! Tynker is honored to be one of the professional development providers during this program. Learn why teachers should apply!

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!

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