While some concern is great (because it means that you’re thinking about it and trying to do well for the kids), it is also sometimes better to have a “good enough” session that actually happens versus a “perfect” session that stays in the planning phase.
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!
Super City by Amalara Game Studios is an easy to follow and quick to learn superhero themed TTRPG for kids! It’s great for making young hero characters and going on some awesome adventures together!!
Stop a terrible curse with the help of chaotic nature spirits in this tabletop RPG inspired by Gravity Falls and Hilda.
I have read about, received messages from, and talked with several families and educators who are hesitant to start TTRPGs with their kids because they’re stressed about getting all the steps right.
This game was made as part of the Coinside Adventure Sparks Jam and is a fun call-out to games like Mario and Legend of Zelda, includes two platformer style maps for players to explore, is system agnostic, and is great for running as a side quest or a one-shot.
ArithMagine is a TTRPG system, made to pair with Stories RPG, for practicing numeracy skills! It’s a fun ruleset for playing with math in a dynamic and creative way that connects with the story that you make together. It’s also easy to fit into a class or school program with its rules-lite set up and flexibility to fit with any adventure.
TTRPGkids is celebrating being at Origins Game Fair and the Crowdfundr launch with a game raffle! Check it out for your chance to win a copy of either StoryGuider OR a triple game bundle!
If you’re looking for a cute TTRPG that helps teach SEL alongside a chaotic gremlin, this game is PERFECT. It helped us (so both my kid and me) talk about some mischievous behaviors and look at we what both could do when trouble happens because of that.
The ABCs of D&D is a fun way for us tabletop gamers to start sharing our hobby with our kids and teach about the ABCs! I received this book as a gift from a good friend after kiddo (now 4yo) was born, and we’ve read it many times since. I’m happy to be sharing this review with you today, and I hope you enjoy it too!
Whither and Whence is a measuring-based story game for kids! It teaches key math and logic skills alongside collaborative storytelling and is great for young players.