I am giving the D&D 5e Starter Boxed Set to a 10 year old girl that is a friend of our family. I think she is ready for D&D and it is something that would interest her.
In addition to the boxed set I am including 4 dice bags, and 3 additional sets of dice (so four in all including the dice in the box).
I am also including a print-out of the Basic Rules for Players, and the Basic Rules for DMs, 4 additional blank character sheets, and a note explaining where she can find all this stuff online, what each of these things is and why it would be useful, and where to go from there if she finds she wants to expand into the PHB/MM/DMG.
But I'd like to include an article on how to be a game master, from a beginner's perspective. I've heard there isn't much advice on this in the starter set, and I think a general article might be handy.
The only one I've read so far is this one. It's not bad and if I cannot find a better one I will just go with that.
But I wanted to ask here first - anyone know of a good article/blog entry/section of an existing game that is really good on basic beginner GMing advice that I could print out and include with this gift?