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The unique joys and challenges of playing tabletop RPGs with kids (part 1), featuring Daddy Rolled a 1!

There are tons of benefits for kids when it comes to playing tabletop roleplaying games, but there’s also a lot of impact on the grown ups introducing the game too! Check out these awesome joys and some challenges that parents, caregivers, and teachers can expect when playing tabletop RPGs with kids, featuring insights from Daddy Rolled a 1 on playing with tweens in addition to my own experience with my little one!
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Adventures on a Single Page – quick and creative tabletop RPG stories for kids!

Adventures on a Single Page is a tabletop RPG storyline that was designed specifically for playing with kids in an after school program!  It offers modular 1-page adventures that still fit together to create a full adventure arc and will fit into a 1 hour session!
Almost Bedtime Theater - a tabletop RPG podcast for kids

Interview with Dan and Rachael: cohosts of Almost Bedtime Theater, a TTRPG podcast for families!

Almost Bedtime Theater is a tabletop RPG podcast focused on games for kids! This father and daughter duo covers game reviews, actual plays, advice, and more together to provide a great way for kids to discover and learn about tabletop RPGs and for parents to understand how to run tabletop RPGs for their kids!
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Solo-journaling tabletop RPG review: GDEC, Global Dragon Egg Conservation

I’ve been meaning to try a journaling TTRPG with my kid for some time, and GDEC was a great choice to start with!  It has a quick premise to jump into, a good hook (I mean, you’re taking care of dragon eggs, so that’s a big win), and the prompts are fun to think about an answer.  Kiddo and I liked playing this journaling tabletop RPG game together, and I hope you do too!
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Tabletop RPG safety tools for kids: 4 quick steps to learn and respect boundaries

We want to make sure that our kids are going to have their boundaries respected when playing tabletop RPGs (whether it is D&D or any other game) and will feel comfortable enough playing that they want to come back. So, we’re going to look at some safety tools that can help and how to make some tweaks to these existing safety tools to be used for your particular kid.
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TTRPGkids interview: Scriv the Bard talks about tabletop games for kids and Bard RPG!

I had the pleasure to chat with Scriv the Bard about her experiences, how she’s blended her background in psychology with a love of gaming, and her current kickstarter, Bard RPG.  Scriv has run tabletop RPG’s with kids for a while and has designed Bard RPG based on the insights gained from gaming with kids!