Community Highlights: September 28-October 4
We’re excited to see so many great projects this week! If you haven’t already entered the second coding challenge inspired by NASA space missions, be sure to do so this week–the competition closes on October 13th! Read on for more great community highlights!
Projects of the Week
Crossy Road by parallelmilk115
Why did the chicken cross the road? Well, dodge all the cars, including a bullet train, and find out!
Plane Dodger 1 by unfoldedgovernor213
Soar through the air, but not with too much abandon! Watch for the planes!
Tron LightCycle by TheHoiBoi
Force the opponent into your Light Cycle and obtain as many points as you can! Watch out for his Light Cycle!
Naruto Shippuden 1 by exteriororchid741
Go toe-to-toe against the one and only Naruto and defeat him before he takes you out!
Mermaid Princess Dress-up by xxunicornnamixx
These two mermaid princesses are about to go to a ball! Dress them up accordingly and make sure they’re the belles of the ball!
Tweets of the Week
These first graders are learning to code with Tynker Junior! Via Twitter @spbtechnology
See how coding helps foster collaboration for these fourth graders! Via Twitter @A2STEAMLab
These students are participating in the Lunar Gateway Challenge! Via Twitter @GGTechTeacher
Check out these students practicing parts of speech and variables with Tynker! Via Twitter @mrstechfarlin
On the Blog
If you’re a teacher, you should definitely check out these FREE webinars about how to use Tynker!
Now, with Tynker Junior Studios, pre-readers can apply their coding skills in 9 sandbox environments!
As kids code with connected toys like drones, robots, Kano kits, and more, they’ll see their code come to life!
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!