Speech Therapy Fluency Activities for Stuttering | Speech Fluency & Stuttering

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When dealing with a speech therapy student who struggles with speech fluency or stuttering difficulties, it can be challenging to know how to support the student in therapy, the classroom and with peers. Each situation is different and requires an understanding of the unique needs of the student with fluency challenges. This 1st-6th grade speech therapy fluency resource was created to take the guesswork and stress out of the situation. This Speech Therapy Stuttering Activities resource was designed to support students who stutter and educate teachers and peers about the facts of stuttering and how to best support and assist a child/friend that struggles with fluency and stuttering difficulties. 

For some speech students, talking openly about their stutter whether in a group of speech students or to their entire classroom, will help to decrease anxiety and allow them to become the resident “expert.” For others, discussions about managing classroom speaking expectations might be better handled privately or the teacher may wish to share information with a few classmates without including the student who stutters. Each situation is unique.

⭐️ The speech therapy and fluency worksheets include variations for 

  • Younger speech students (2nd grade) 
  • Older speech therapy students (3rd-6th grade)
  • Classmates and peers


This Speech Therapy Stuttering & Fluency Activities resource includes:

  • 4 editable binder covers
  • 4 blank binder covers
  • Speech Worksheets titled: 
    • My Stutter
    • What is stuttering? (3), 
    • What causes stuttering? (4)
    • What helps? (3)
    • How can I help? (2)
    • Famous People Stutter too! (3)
    • Strengths and Challenges (2)
    • Stop Light classroom activity


⭐️ Easy to assemble and start using:

  1. Grab a 3-ring binder and some clear plastic sleeves
  2. Select an editable cover and insert the child’s name or print a cover with a blank label and handwrite it in.
  3. Select the worksheet activities that are appropriate to your client’s age and abilities.


❤️Completed projects can be: 

  • Shared at home
  • Shared in a therapy group
  • Presented to a classroom
  • Added to a classroom library (imagine the pride of being the only child author represented!).
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33 pages
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