Tynker: Teaching Kids a New Language – Code

In 21st Century education, it is important for children to learn another language but this language is not the usual languages we have become accustomed with. This is the language of computers and technology – code. The realisation of this importance has led to the development of many new programs aiming to teach young children aboutContinue reading “Tynker: Teaching Kids a New Language – Code”

Coding for Children: Control Drones and Robots with Tynker!

Tynker Connects Young Programmers to Millions of Devices on the Internet of Things Expansion of Tynker Programming Platform Enables Kids to Power Robots, Flying Drones, Lighting Systems and Other Connected Devices Tynker, a leading Silicon Valley startup that has introduced more than 20 million kids to computer programming, has just announced the expansion of its coding platform to enableContinue reading “Coding for Children: Control Drones and Robots with Tynker!”

New from Tynker: Programming App Enables Children to Build Customised Apps on iPad and Android Tablets

Remember Tynker, the online program that teaches children to code? Tynker then extended their program so children could play coding games on iPad. Now Tynker has created a premium app that will allow children to create their own apps on iPad or Android Tablet! About Tynker’s Premium App “Turning more Young Learners into Young Makers.” – Tynker Tynker’s Premium App isContinue reading “New from Tynker: Programming App Enables Children to Build Customised Apps on iPad and Android Tablets”

New Programming App by Tynker Teaches Kids How to Code!

Do you remember Tynker – the self-paced course on computer programming that encourages children to innovate and create while learning programming concepts at their own pace? What is Tynker? Just in case you missed it… Tynker helps children develop computational thinking and programming skills in a fun, visual, intuitive and imaginative way. Tynker is used in overContinue reading “New Programming App by Tynker Teaches Kids How to Code!”