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Special announcement:

New TTRPGkids campaign in pre-launch on Backerkit! Check it out for my first solo-journaling TTRPG, a whole bunch of EDU games, and rewards that also support a couple of awesome non-profit groups.


Welcome to TTRPGkids!

Tabletop role-playing games (TTRPGs) have many benefits to children (learning social and leadership skills, practicing math, gaining confidence in a safe place, making friends, family bonding… just to name a few) in addition to them just being fun.

My goal is to help you find the resources and tools that you need, all in one place, to make you tabletop RPGs accessible, fun, and educational for your particular kid or class.

This site covers everything from indie tabletop RPGs to D&D recommendations, tips and tricks, podcasts, reviews, creator interviews, crafts, and more so you can jump in and have fun playing these awesome games with your kids or make a wonderful game to share with the world!


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Review: Coinsides spinner, dice alternative!

Last year, I entered a Coinsides Adventure Sparks game jam and won a very cool dice spinner! We’ve found it to be a really cool option that kiddo has had a lot of fun messing with during our games – check out here for some of the awesome stuff it can do and how it can offer an easier to keep track of, non-choking hazard dice alternative for games with or around young players!

Review of Hairy Shanks, a rune-base TTRPG about wonderfully wild characters

Hairy Shanks is a tabletop RPG about playing as a chaotic little hairy creature who draws power from the runes within them. Using only spatial randomization mechanics it’s super accessible for new and young TTRPG players, and it was a great game to check out!

Launching June 2024 on Crowdfundr: TTRPGkids Solarpunk Summer Pop-Up Shop!

TTRPGkids is funding the site for the next year while offering up four solarpunk themed games, educational game sponsorships, and more as rewards! Check it out to get discounts on new releases, pick up some fun perks, and support the resource!
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