How to Code Your Own Spooky Halloween Project!

Last Updated: October 17, 2021 11:00 am
How to Code Your Own Spooky Halloween Project!

Looking for a unique way for your kids to collect candy (and avoid cavities) this year? We’ve got you covered with our Halloween coding tutorial! “Spooky Treats” is a fun, educational way to get kids into the Halloween spirit. With the guidance of the tutorial, they’ll learn to program Codey to collect candy while evading a spooky ghost. They can even hack their project to make Codey eat more candy or move faster. Your kids or students can code this project on their own, then share the final project with friends to see who can help Codey collect the most candy!

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How to code this project

All Tynker users have access to this project in their Tutorials Directory. Simply click on the project card and follow the instructions to get started! If you do not have an account, you can sign up for a FREE account here and access many fun coding puzzles, games, and tutorials.

Teachers, all your students have access to this project as a Daily Mission. Once you set up a classroom, your students will continue to have access to the latest seasonal projects. If you’d like to assign the project but haven’t set up a classroom yet, you can:

  1. Set up a classroom in your Tynker account and add your students.
  2. Click on the “View Tutorial” button above to open the project and save it to your account.
  3. Go to “My Projects” in your dashboard and click the “Assign+” button.

After your class has finished, don’t forget to create a class showcase of all your students’ projects to share with friends and parents.

Parents, to give this project to your child:

  1. Have your child log in to his/her account.
  2. They can find “Spooky Treats” as one of their Daily Missions!

We love to see what kids are making! Share your Halloween projects on Twitter or Facebook and be sure to tag us @goTynker.

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