Course description

Tynker is an educational platform for programming that helps children with their visual mechanics of drag-and-drop / drag blocks, create their own games and add-ons.

Over the past three years, more than 23 million children have started coding with Tynker around the world, and its curriculum is used by more than 20,000 schools throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand and other countries.

Visual design and principles similar to Scratch (which children studied at previous levels), but unlike Scratch, Tynker is not based on Adobe Flash, but on HTML5 and JavaScript.

Using Tynker you can create your own multi-level games, add animated adventures, personally-created characters and unique subjects, learn how to personalize your game experience with Minecraft (creating your own characters, blocks and levels before passing a new course on the basis of Minecraft) – all this is complemented by further skills development work. 4C (creativity, communication skills, teamwork skills, critical thinking), the continuation of computational thinking and laying the foundations of design thinking (the basis for the creation / development of any product / project).

A little video about Tynker


Scenes animations on Tynker

STEAM and creating animated scenes in Tynker

Get off the Tynker platform

Adventures with Tynker
University of the Game on tablet