My method for classroom TTRPGs (1)

How I use TTRPGs and RPG elements in the classroom

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.
StoryGuider_The Rune Warrior's Tale

StoryGuider: The Rune Warrior’s Tale – a collaboration with Family Fantasy RPG!

StoryGuider: The Rune Warrior’s Tale is my first collaboration game! I worked with Colin from Family Fantasy RPG to create an origin story for his rune warrior character using the StoryGuider system! We are also donating proceeds from the project to charity, so check it out, have fun, and support some great causes!
Willow from Wizard in Training

The Wizard in Training Trilogy, a pre-K tabletop RPG adventure series

These StoryGuider games are from the Wizard in Training trilogy! These games concentrate on learning about problem solving and building skills (like tracking inventory, using spells, and taking on slightly more challenging quests) to prep kids for the next TTRPG that you’ll try with them!
Red and blue potion

Tips and Tricks: Using Mini-Games in tabletop RPGs for young kids!

When playing tabletop RPGs with my kid, one of the most effective ways that I found to help keep interest was to have some mini-games ready to mix things up if role-play started to get stale OR to replace dice mechanics.  These mini-game ideas are fun, easy, and educational – I hope they help with your games!