Just For Kids

a special page for kids who stutter

Information and FAQs about Stuttering Teasing News and Newsletters Good Stuff by and for Kids
Things to Think About
You Be The Teacher! Books/Stories about Stuttering Our World
Kid to Kid
Keypals Movies about Stuttering Great Places to Visit


Help other kids who stutter by sending in your ideas. All you need to do is
email a sentence or two about any of the three statements below. Please send your first name and how old you are. Your ideas will be added to the home page. Maybe your good ideas will help some other kids! Maybe you will get an idea or two yourself from something someone else has said. Maybe you've been teased by being called a name. Maybe someone has even said, "You talk like Porky Pig!" Warner Brothers and Porky Pig have a poster for you to help show that there is nothing wrong with being different. You can even copy this "Top of the Tune Squad" Everyone's Unique and Th-th-that's Good Folks! poster, free, if you want to.

The Stuttering Foundation has a book written by a girl who stutters and is teased at recess; read what she does about it. Trouble at Recess

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Key Pals

Kids, have your mom or dad or speech clinician help you find a
key pal who is also working on speech.

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Good Stuff By and For Kids!

Good Stuff FOR Kids Who Stutter

Tammy Bryant-McMillin is a speech therapist. She has put online a fun activity: Stuttering Awareness Game

You Are In Control, a game for children who stutter, their families, and friends. You must have Adobe's Free Acrobat Reader. You can download it at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep.html

John Ahlbach is a teacher. He has written a Stuttering Presentation Guide if you want to help your classmates and others learn more about stuttering. Michelle and Judy have made some pictures that can also help.

Rudi and the Little Stuttering Monster a play written by Marianne Engleken. One idea is to make puppets to produce the play!

Three Baby Bunny Rabbits - a short story by John Karpinski.

Good Stuff BY Kids Who Stutter

If you have written a poem or a short story, made a picture you are really proud of (especially if it helps somebody else understand about stuttering), or have some ideas you would like to share about stuttering, tell me and maybe we can put it here!

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News and Newsletters

Newsletters and News BY and FOR Kids Who Stutter

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Our World

It is interesting to see
what stuttering is called in different countries. If you say the words out loud, you will hear that many of them almost sound like stuttering.

It would be interesting to know what kids in other countries think about stuttering and what speech therapy is like in other countries.

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Movies about stuttering

Stuttering: a short animation film - this excellent 8 minute animation was made by 2 students from the Artevelde High School in Belgium.

Telling My Story in Three Words - short video about a fun activity created by Nina Reeves

Stuttering: For Kids, By Kids - is a really nice video produced by the Stuttering Foundation of America. You can watch it for free online.

There are some good movies that show people who stutter in positive roles. These are rated PG, so ask your mom or dad to watch them with you.

The next movie was rated R for a "bad word" but it is still an excellent movie about a man who stuttered. Watch it with mom or dad.

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Books and Stories about stuttering

There are many books that have children who stutter in them. You might find some ideas for books to read

There are some stories/books on the Internet about stuttering that you might like to read!

Some of the stories/books have pictures to color or activities to do

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Things To Think About

Hints, suggestions, ideas, and stuff like that

A Message to Children Who Stutter

Letters To My Daughter are written by a father who stutters, for his 10-year-old daughter who also stutters. They will be about a variety of topics, including:

How Do People Talk by E. Charles Healey provides some good information.

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Kid to Kid

Kid to Kid is a place where other kids shared ideas or give advice to younger kids who also stutter.

What would you do - a place where you can read about a situation someone what been in. Open up the short story and then share your ideas with your speech teacher or parents. Go back to the index

Some great places to visit
(and other "good stuff")

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