Been awhile since I worked on my other FitD, but as a brain exercise I started to think about how a minimal, kid-friendly might look.
Inspired by media like Hilda and Gravity Falls, KitW is about a group of scouts who are camping in the Appalachian Mountains, lead by a scoutmaster providing spooky stories about the woods, sugary snacks, and the bare minimum of supervision.
Investigate these local legends, earn merit badges, and try not to lose your enthusiasm and quit scouts, or worse: get caught by your scoutmaster and get sent home early!
Play as various scout archetypes using different handbooks such as: The Overachiever Kid, The Pyromaniac Kid, The Prankster Kid, The Bookish Kid, or The Stinky Kid.
This is just a seed of an idea but I think it could be a good fit for kids in the 7-11 year old range.
I think FitD could be a lot of fun for kids, especially since there’s no math requirement aside from basic counting/number identification, unlike other RPG systems.
Let me know what you think!