It has been a very enjoyable experience playing tabletop RPGs with my kid, and I wanted to share some of the benefits that I’ve seen with him or experienced myself to encourage others to start playing TTRPGs with their kids as well.
Milky Monsters is a fun system, designed to play with kids and give flexibility for the story (and kid’s imaginations). It was made to accommodate large groups, but it also worked with just me and my little one too!
I interviewed Daniel, who I had known from twitter as Redwyrm, about his experiences playing D&D with his son from ages 2-4! They play D&D together, they play D&D with their family friends, and they are writing a D&D supplement book as a family!
This sortable list of family-friendly tabletop RPG and D&D podcasts was made to help you find a podcast that you can listen to with your kids or teens without worrying so much about content! These are a great way to bond over a hobby, have some screen-free fun, or learn about your favorite TTRPG’s!
Warrior Princess is a tabletop RPG for kids where you balance your prowess as a warrior with your poise as a princess to take on some fun plot hooks! It has interesting mechanics and fun story suggestions that I enjoyed playing with my kid through multiple suggestions (he didn’t want to stop), and I hope you enjoy this game too!
Worried about dice being too small for young kids? Small dice difficult to see or use? Here’s some options to help find alternatives!
Kids too young for dice? Small children in the house and worried about them finding missing dice? Dice difficult to see or use? Here’s some options to help find some fun and easy alternatives!
Brave Bunnies is a tabletop RPG designed for all ages, some fun bunny-themed shenanigans, and LOTS of dice!
I had the pleasure to interview Rich, creator of Inspirisles and director of Hatchling Games. We talked about his new game (from mechanics to themes to playtesting), Inspiriles, which integrates learning sign language into play, and we discussed how to encourage parents to help their kids start TTRPGs!
This list shows all the StoryGuider games and supplements! StoryGuider is made by TTRPGkids for ages 2+ and focuses on practicing skills, milestones, and emotional regulation exercises appropriate for toddlers.