Fifth graders have been coding games using Tynker. They recently worked on some math games. Below is Divya's Fantasy Escape game. Help the princess get to the horse to make her way back to the castle.
Click here to try all of the games.
Enjoy these simple circuit Halloween projects by third graders and kindergarteners with the help of fifth graders.
Microbit pumpkins by second graders.
Collect the easter eggs by clicking them. This a fifth grade coding activity using Tynker. Have fun egg hunting!
Create Your Own App Using App Lab
Mad Libs in Tynker
Fifth graders have been working on a mad libs coding project in Tynker. Try these mad libs:
Students did a lot of keyboarding this week, from first grade to 8th grade, using Typing Club and recycled boxes to cover the keyboard. Goal: type without looking at the keyboard!
Design a Room
Eighth graders finished the Design a Room Tinkercad group project today. Each room was furnished by members of the group with original designs.
Sixth graders continue learning more about machine learning. Today they did the Face Finder lesson in the Machine Learning for Kids website. In this lesson students made a video filter in Scratch to turn their face into a cartoon. They used data from a computer that has already been trained to recognize faces. At the end of the lesson students were asked to explain how face detection works and how it is different from facial recognition.
Life Cycle of a Butterfly
Second graders are learning about the life cycle of a butterfly and showing it in ScratchJr.
After training the computer to recognize the colors red, blue and green last week, the sixth graders were ready to create a program where a chameleon will change color to match its background. In this Machine Learning for Kids lesson the sixth graders learned that they can use machine learning to recognize the color of the background, and use that to switch the matching chameleon color. There were some mistakes but students realized that it's because they need to continue to give the computer more examples. The more examples you give the computer, the better it should get at recognizing colors correctly.
Eighth graders built a chair, a desk and a couch in Tinkercad today.