I wrote a TTRPG series to be used with a whole class of pre-K kids AND use RPG elements in the college engineering class that I teach – this article covers my methods for both (they are actually really similar) so you have some easy first steps to try when considering using TTRPGs in your classrooms.
I got to sit down with Garrett to talk about how he uses TTRPGs in the classroom to teach Gilgamesh and about the awesome Two25Games tools that are helping students (and everyone else) to build amazing worlds and stories!
Luna Uni is a combo game, educational tool kit, and teachers guide that meshes tabletop RPGs and education in a way that helps students engage and enjoy learning!
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!
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!