Dungeons and Dragons 101: Intro to D&D
RPG Club - 6,000+ adventurers, Pro teachers
Learn to play D&D! Taken by over 3,000 students, our interactive intro to Dungeons and Dragons opens the door to this amazing roleplaying game...are you ready to live your adventure?
US Grade 5 - 8
*New to Outschool? Here's your first class on us, up to $20 off this class with the code below** DNDCLUB20 Embark on a magical journey with us through the realms of Dungeons and Dragons! 🎲✨ Our hour-long interactive sessions offer a captivating introduction to tabletop roleplaying, fostering creativity, problem-solving, and social skills. 📚 Course Overview 🧙♂️🏰 🧙♂️ What's D&D All About? 🌈 Discover limitless possibilities as you create collaborative stories in Dungeons and Dragons. Uncover...
At the conclusion of the course students will be able to do the following: a) Describe the core ideas inherent in a table top roleplaying game. b) Begin the process of basic character creation to use in a game session. c) Be able to select a preferred "race" and "class" in the game. As Dungeons and Dragons is an expansive "game system", learning as they go is essential for student success as they begin to enjoy this roleplaying world.
The RnD Club has organized and taught groups of Dungeons and Dragons for over 5,000 students and community members, running games professionally for private clients between the ages of 7-70 years old. Our teachers and GMs train together on best practices, are almost all traditional classroom teachers, and work to ensure an excellent experience for each child, every class. It's our mission that your child feels empowered and excited after this lesson, potentially sparking an interest in a wonderful activity.
Homework OfferedStudents are encouraged to begin creating a "character" by selecting a "species" and "class" after the course, beginning to put the ideas from the session into practice. This may generate questions which they can ask the instructor as a follow up to the lesson.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Students will need paper and pencil to take brief notes, and to write down things they think are amazing!
Roleplaying games offer a creative "sandbox" in which participants can engage in imaginative problem solving. Fantasy violence will not be directly depicted, but the possibilities of this within the game will be discussed. Students may wish to explore ideas related to their characters that involve in-game "weapons" and "spells" for the use of "in-game" violence.
What do we do? (previously DnD Club Academy, we're updating everything) We address your child's long term creativity needs through table top roleplaying games (TTRPGS) and creative arts. How do we do this? We teach players how to play...
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Live video meetings
3-5 learners per class