I interviewed Sam about his TTRPG background and how he’s used applied RPGs in Games Unbound, an organization dedicated to bringing fun and inclusive tabletop RPGs to kids and teens!
I had the pleasure to chat with Peter about his background in applied RPGs, especially with autistic youth, and his new game, Caravan Endures! We talk about helping your players grow, gentle fantasy RPGs, and so much more.
Abraham, creator of Power Outage, shares his insights on gaming with kids and how he made his game specifically for children to enjoy, learn, and grow with. Check out his advice and experiences below!
Dan is a member at large for Creators Assemble, an organization dedicated to helping kids learn through graphic novels and tabletop RPGs and helping artists get paid for their work! They have educator toolkits, creator resources, outreach projects, and so much more! Check out my interview with Dan here, and check out Creators Assemble!
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!
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!
I had a wonderful talk with Adam, about both Game to Grow, a non-profit organization that uses therapeutic gaming to help youth, and Critical Core, a 5e based game specifically designed for building social skills and confidence through gaming. This was a great chat, I learned quite a bit about educational gaming, and I am happy to share our discussion with you!
I’ve known Martin as DaddyRolleda1 on twitter for over a year now, and we’ve had chats about playing TTRPG’s with kids from the start – he was one of my inspirations for starting the TTRPGkids blog, and it was an awesome opportunity to get to sit down and chat about his experiences with table top role playing games, working with Wizards of the Coast, and introducing his daughter and her friends to D&D.
I had a great chat with Allen, author of Whispers of the Voidbringer, about his experiences picking up D&D and introducing TTRPG’s to his family. We talked about the influences his children have had on the book, born from a want to share a podcast-like story with his kids, and how to kick off the TTRPG experience with kids!
I had an awesome chat with Navaar, creator of Secret Nerd Podcast, a diverse interview show about different experiences with tabletop RPGs. As a father of three toddlers, Navaar offered some great insight about concerns that parents may have when starting tabletop RPGs with their young kids and some great questions about next steps. We were able to do a little bit of a reverse interview and hopefully address some of the, probably very common, considerations that parents, teachers, and caregivers make when starting to introduce tabletop RPGs to their children.