This month in children’s RPGs with Family Fantasy RPG and TTRPGkids – November 2023

In this episode of “This Month in Children’s RPGs”, we chat about including food-themed challenges and plots into your games, planning festivals, and more! Check it out here and find some extra resources on TTRPGkids to read along with as you listen!

Talk audio (Teaching Kids Core Life Skills with TTRPGs) from TTRPGkids at MC3 fall 2023

TTRPGkids made another appearance at Motor City Comic Con for their fall 2023 show and did a talk about Teaching Kids Core Life Skills with TTRPGs! Find the talk audio here in case you weren’t able to attend, and check out the resource list that supports points from the talk while you listen!

TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, Episode 6: Keeping Kids’ Focus at the Game Table

In this episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, I give tips and tricks on how to help keep kids focused at the TTRPG table in a fun an meaningful way that encourages them to participate and engage because they want to!

TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, Episode 5: Starting TTRPGs with YOUNG kids (age 2+)

In this episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, I discuss how to introduce really young players (as young as 2yo) into TTRPGs! I talk about how I started my kid with TTRPGs when he was 2 years old and give tips on what to look out for!

TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, Episode 4: Creating an engaging TTRPG setting that kids will enjoy

In this episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, I discuss how to create a TTRPG setting that fits the interests of young players! While these tips can be used for any age, they’re particularly important for using with youth who may have some pretty different fandoms and story preferences from grown ups who are running the game.

TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast, Episode 3: Using TTRPG safety tools with kids

This episode of TTRPGkids on Ludology Podcast is all about using safety tools and setting ground rules in TTRPGs with kids – these tools are critical to making sure everyone feels comfortable and wants to come back to the game AND it’s important to make sure that young players can understand them and use the well.

Supporting resources for TTRPGkids webinar with Indiana State Library: Using TTRPGs to teach, from pre-K to adult learning

This post is to provide quick references to the resources mentioned during the IN State Library webinar on July 19, including additional EDU resources and links to the games shown throughout the presentation.

Review: Dungeons & Dragons & Daughters, as written by Dan of Almost Bedtime Theater

Dungeons & Dragons & Daughters (D&D&D) is an actual play podcast featuring a father, his twin daughters, and a rotating guest playing through a campaign of Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition (D&D 5e). The first 20 game sessions, and their associated bonus episodes, are a fun way to introduce kids 8 and older to a more traditional way of playing D&D, with regular combat, iconic monsters, and yes, dungeons.