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Let's play the most popular fantasy role playing game of all time, Dungeons & Dragons! This multi-day class is for younger students who want to experience D&D and who have already taken my first D&D for Kids class
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Twice per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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You're a young adventurer and you've just started your adventuring career! You've saved some people from some evil monsters! Now you're ready for a new adventure into the world of Dungeons & Dragons! This is the class for you! This 4 week adventure campaign is for younger learners from 7 to 10. It's specifically for learners who have completed my Dungeons & Dragons Character Creation Workshop and Adventures for Kids! class, but all are welcome. If you have completed the Dungeons &...
Role playing games are excellent ways to work on math and reading skills. They can also help strengthen team work, creative problem solving, leadership, and communication skills. Creating a character can also help learners with decision making skills and cost/benefit evaluations. Of course, it is a great way to stimulate creativity and imagination!
Students are encouraged, but not required, to expand upon their character outside of class. Students can draw a picture of their character, write a story about their character, or even make up a song about their character!
2 files available upon enrollmentLearners will need a set of role playing game dice. These can be found at hobby shops, book stores, or comic shops. They can also be ordered online from Amazon and other retailers. Learners can also use online dice rollers or apps. The D&D basic rules from the Wizards of the Coast website are very helpful, but not required. Learners will also need a pencil. I will provide a character sheet to help with character creation. A printed character sheet is helpful but not required.
2 hours per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Experiential learning is the best!
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269 total reviews
146 completed classes
Hi, I'm Ed! I'm so happy to be teaching on Outschool! I'm a professional puppeteer, a gamer, and a home school dad! During my career as a puppeteer I've performed with the Muppets, the Jim Henson Company, and Sesame Street among others. ...