TTRPGkids itself is a tool for supporting kid-friendly TTRPGs, but there’s A LOT more out there to check out too!…
If your kids want to get into tabletop RPGs or have mentioned D&D a few times, but you aren’t sure what to do or they’re having trouble finding a group, there’s lots of organizations, classes, and DM’s for hire online that specialize in running games for kids! Check them out here!
This list of tabletop RPG (and D&D) related charities is here to help you find both some awesome resources and some great projects and causes to support when you can!
There are many momentous occasions that we want to celebrate with our tabletop RPG groups, from player birthdays and real-life holidays to in-game victories and campaign finales! One way to celebrate is to get someone a gift! However, with multiple people at the table, lots of events, lots of kids who maybe don’t have their own money, and other factors, gift-giving can also be stressful for some.
This list of books was made to help you find some TTRPG and D&D books and stories for the whole family that aren’t adventures to be played, but are adventures to be read so you can foster reading skills and connect with TTRPG’s in a whole new way!
I’ve been doing guest spots on podcasts and streams and collaborations with other creators in addition to what’s on the TTRPGkids site! Check out here to see where I’ve been talking about TTRPGkids and working with others in the community!
This guide covers TONS of ideas for holidays gifts for your whole game table all while supporting small businesses and indie creators!
I hope this guide helps you find the perfect gift for your kids, players, DM, and everyone in between, and that you have an awesome holiday!
With Halloween upon us, many people are thinking of candy and are potentially having some special Halloween themed one-shots. Here’s some ideas for sweet treats to use as monsters, trackers, or just snacks for your spooky TTRPG and D&D sessions!
Minis are awesome props to use when playing tabletop games, but sometimes you don’t have time to paint them or you just want something a little different! Here are some ready-made alternative minis that can help you change up the game table!
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!