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My Dad the Game Master is a fun picture book story about a girl sharing her insights on what it means to live with her game master dad. From finding treasures like his shiny dice and minis to making creative bedtime stories, this book covers all the wonderful and weird parts of living with a tabletop roleplaying gamer dad.
Come take a look back on the cool tabletop RPGs for kids, interviews, articles and more from TTRPGkids in January 2022!
I teamed up with Jason from Shadomain to do a collaboration post about running TTRPGs for new, young players – check it out here!
Check out Dungeon Run Adventures for some quick GMless adventures that are great for groups with kids! Each dungeon has it’s own unique spin, and everyone gets to play, color, and explore!
The God Corpse is a D&D 5e adventure made to teach students about biology! Explore the body of a 6 mile tall humanoid and learn about how different parts of the body function in a fun and memorable way!
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I interviewed Maryanne Cullinan, also known as Culliope, about her experiences using tabletop RPGs with middle schoolers and the research she’s doing on applied educational tabletop RPGs!
Movie Night is a tabletop RPG that plays out like a totally epic 80’s movie AND is made for both kids and adults to enjoy together! Check out the awesomeness here!
Running a 1-1 game does come with its own challenges, but it also comes with some cool new elements and perspectives for your game. I’ve run tabletop RPGs for a group of seven players and I’ve run them for just one player – here are some of the differences I’ve seen and tips for how to handle them!