TTRPGkids is coming out with Adventure Workbooks! These are playable stories that teach different milestone curriculum skills, like reading sight words, writing, and math, in a fun and engaging way!
This is a sortable list of D&D 5e compatible adventures, hacks, rewrites, and supplements to help you with brining D&D to kids!
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!
This sortable list of tabletop RPGs made for all ages, kids, and teens is to help you find a game that works for you and the kids you are introducing TTRPGs to! I want to help you find a game that you and your kids will both enjoy playing together!
With the release of the Fall Fright Express, I’m kicking off two bundles – one for all the TTRPGkids Halloween games and another for all the TTRPGkids train games! Check them both out here for a nice discount on the total price, and enjoy!
All aboard the spooky train! Travel on a magical train where each car is it’s own Halloween-themed landscape or adventure for you to discover!
Heckin’ Good Doggos is a TTRPG system and setting where you play as a pawsome pupper who is out for adventure with their pals! Containing a base game and many variants, including modifications for superhero, sci-fi, and supernatural settings, this TTRPG is great for tagging into a ton of different interests and having a heckin’ good game.
Tales from the Loop is a TTRPG system and setting that focuses on tween to teen characters and how they balance life and the strange mysteries that take place in their hometown. It’s a coming of age story set in the 80’s and is great for older kids and adults to both connect to the story and adventure that awaits.
Journaling TTRPGs have been becoming more popular and offer a plethora of opportunities for solo-gaming, developing writing skills, introspection, fostering journaling habits, and more. However, not everyone sees themselves as a writer, and, when playing these TTRPGs with young kids, not everyone can write yet. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try though! In this article, I breakdown ways to use journaling games at any skill level (even if players can’t write yet) and show how they can benefit players at any stage in developing these powerful skills.
Journaling games are a great way to encourage kids to write and can be a great mechanism for running solo TTRPGs! Check out my list here of journaling TTRPGs that are great for both kids and adults, and happy journaling!
This game was made by TTRPGkids as part of the XD6 SRD Game Jam! Help ghosts and spirits in need while collecting Wisp that gives you special ghostly powers so you can pull off some epic moves!
Coven of Cats is a D&D 5e compatible adventure that’s great for any age where you play as magical cats who have joined together to study the arcane arts and solve a mystery that’s plaguing the other cats in town. It comes with everything you need to play, is wonderfully illustrated, and is purrfect for some cat-themed TTRPG fun!
Kittens & Dragons from Van Ryder Games is a graphic novel choose-your-own-adventure (CYOA) style story that uses search-and-find mechanics instead of dice! It’s great for running solo or with your kids for a good read, a fun game, and a wonderful adventure!
I have been really excited to see all the wonderful games and stories coming out of Snowbright Studios, and their latest addition, Tea Pets, is now on Backerkit! Check out here for more info!