Wild Rumble

Requires iPad and Tynker Junior App

Students help eight endangered animals traverse a jungle path while avoiding obstacles, using counting loops, delays, and parameters. Request Quote

Course Summary
  • Pre-K to Grade 2
  • Beginner level
  • 4 lessons
  • Tynker Icon Blocks
    • iPad
Course Includes
  • 4 lessons
  • 40 activities
  • Enhanced Creativity Tools
  • Automatic Assessment
  • Tutorials and Reviews
  • Coding Puzzles
  • DIY Projects
  • Quizzes
  • Answer Keys
No previous coding experience required.


Third in the series of pre-reader courses, Wild Rumble introduces pre-readers to numeric parameters, pattern recognition and counting loops. To use Wild Rumble in your classroom, you must download the Tynker Junior app from the App Store. The Tynker Junior app offers a collection of courses specifically designed for young children (ages 5-7) who are still learning how to read.

In Wild Rumble, students help 8 endangered animals reach their homes in four biomes. In a series of coding puzzles, students detect patterns on the walking path and apply coding techniques to navigate the path. They also learn to use the “wait” command to pause their code while their character waits to avoid obstacles on the path. They learn the concept of counting loops and apply loop blocks with number parameters to travel through complex trails.

Tynker Junior uses word-free picture-based block programming with fun characters to help kids develop animations, pursue adventures and solve puzzles and challenges. This enables young children—who have limited motor skills and are still developing hand-eye coordination—to learn to code using big blocks, pictures, voiceovers and tap-tap-tap interactions, without words or drag-and-drop or any other actions they may find too tedious or overwhelming. Tynker SmartPass enables younger students to sign in by simply scanning a code, without the need to remember any usernames or passwords.

Wild Rumble is only available on iPads and iPhones. Students can access the course using the Tynker Junior app on their iPad devices. These courses are not available on Android or via the browser at tynker.com.

Topics Covered

  • Pattern recognition
  • Wait commands
  • Number parameters
  • Numerical loops

What Students Learn

  • Help eight endangered animals reach their homes in four biomes
  • Detect patterns and apply coding techniques to navigate a jungle path
  • Use the 'wait' command to avoid obstacles
  • Use numerical loops and block parameters to travel through complex trails

Technical Requirements

* Online courses require a modern desktop computer, laptop computer, Chromebook, or Netbook with Internet access and a Chrome (29+), Firefox (30+), Safari (7+), or Edge (20+) browser. No downloads required.
* Tablet courses require an iPad (iOS 10+) with Tynker or Tynker Junior app installed and Internet access

1. The North American Grasslands
10 activities
Use sequencing to help these prairie animals reach their mothers!
2. The Southeast Asian Rainforest
10 activities
Climb down cliffs and ride on logs to navigate a jungle maze!
3. The African Savanna
10 activities
Look for patterns in the grass and use loops to traverse the wilds of the Savanna!
4. The African Jungle
10 activities
Plan carefully and avoid snakes to journey across this dangerous terrain!