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Talk and Panel: The Unique Joys and Challenges of Running TTRPGs with Kids!
Tim Saucer and I will be doing a talk and panel at Motor City Comic Con (MC3) in Novi, MI on Sunday, May 21 titled: “The Unique Joys and Challenges of Running TTRPGs With Kids!”
Our XP ranges from home games with young kids to running camps to self publishing to mentoring and more. Come hear stories about our whacky games, learn about how to overcome certain challenges, and also just say hi!
About the speakers:
Tim is a parent, AI engineer, Michigander, and former director from Camp Quest! He has experience running TTRPGs with crowds at camp and finding ways to get new players up to speed and interested in the game as well as XP from home games with his family. Connect on Mastodon and Instagram!
Steph (from TTRPGkids)
Steph is a parent, engineering professor, Michigander, and all around geek who runs this blog as a resource for parents, teachers, and other facilitators to play TTRPGs with kids. They publish their own TTRPGs, use RPG elements in the classes that they teach, and are a founding member, project management lead, and social media manager for Tattered Bear Publishing. Check out the TTRPGkids linktree here to connect!
Resources for playing tabletop RPGs with kids:
If you’re looking for some resources that will connect with our talk, check out these TTRPGkids posts that can help you out!
- How TTRPGs have helped my kid and me
- Tips for keeping players focused at the table
- Making a TTRPG for YOUR particular kid
- What to do when your kid wants to go “villain mode”
- Recovering from a moody table
And please check out the TTRPGkids Crowdfundr pre-launch to help keep talks like this going! If you can’t support, a tweet, post, recommendation, or friendly note helps too!
Thank you for playing tabletop RPGs with your kids and helping to bring this fun hobby to the next generation! Keep up to date on new reviews, games, and articles with the TTRPGkids monthly newsletter, and please also let me know in the comments or by email if you have any questions or plan on attending the convention and talk! To find out more about the sponsor at the top of the page who are helping to keep TTRPGkids rolling, please check out the sponsor page here!