Homeschooling with Dungeons & Dragons

Homeschoolers can use D&D in their everyday play and learning!

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Recipe for Exploration Encounters in Dungeons and Dragons

Recipe for Crafting Exploration Encounters in Dungeons and Dragons I love to cook, but don’t always keep up with my recipes and the same was true for playing tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons. However, in making my own adventures, week after week, my players leaned upon the edge of their seat waiting in […]

Happy New Year from Jonathan

Welcome Sojourners! Enjoy this end of the year update! I have a few things in production and in planning. As a gamemaster and dad, I always have my kid’s campaign running. While the games are not produced, I still like to post blogs and articles on realization I make while playing D&D with my children. […]

Encounter Building in Dungeons and Dragons

Quite simply, a game master can prepare no encounters until the players first have a goal. Before designing your encounters, review the goal of the players and their characters. Then your encounters will mean volumes to the players and their characters. Scene – upon the ocean with shore in sight Goal – to reach the […]

Multiple Intelligences and Table Top Role Playing Games

In our family, we homeschool, and you may think of this as the DIY of education. We also play Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, as that was the game we first learned. By blending learning styles such as Garner’s, along with TTRPGs, here is how I think the game brightens our children’s intelligence. I will […]

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