Tabletop Role Play Games for Kids

Kids love games, and have an innate sense of wonder about the world around them. Tabletop gaming is a great way to nurture kids' creativity, and engage them in reading, math, and storytelling (which translates into presentation and negotiation skills down the road!). There are tons of great role-playing board games for kids that incorporate adventures and campaigns, monsters and heroes! These types of games are fantastic for the imagination, and for those beginning to learn and understand how to layer complex rule structures. Depending on children's ages, there are varying levels of difficulty, and the average game can be played in 20-30 minutes. Roll the dice on this Experience as you're sure to be rewarded!

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What Parents Are Saying

We LOVED everything about Grasshopper! The customer service experience was exceptional! I felt like so much intentionality was taken to ensure that the activity would be both age appropriate and fun for my kids. Our experience leader was so easy going and chatted with the kids during the experience, and really took the time to engage and get to know them. We are definitely going to be using Grasshopper again! Thank you!
Mandi B.
Grasshopper offered my daughter an opportunity to learn in a vibrant, fun setting that was continuously customized for her attention span and interests. Her Grasshopper teacher was fun, engaging and supremely personable. She took the time to get to know my daughter before diving into anything. I felt more than comfortable leaving my daughter in such capable hands…and love that she truly learned some new things from the experience. We will be using Grasshopper regularly to broaden her horizons and expose her to new concepts in a safe and compelling way. The icing on the cake is that the experience took place in our home, at a time that was convenient for us!
Lauren G.
Our Grasshopper experience was amazing! I have four very curious kids at different ages with different interests, and the experience had all four of them engaged the whole time. Also, as an educator, I was very impressed with how the teacher led the program. She obviously knew what she was doing, and the minute she left, my kids were asking for another experience.
Sarah L.