Have a Student who Stutters? How You Can Help

Do you have a child in your classroom who stutters? 

Kids who stutter truly need the support of their teachers and other educators in their lives. Talking can sometimes be tough for them throughout their school day. We need to help them confidently participate in class and with peers.  But what can you do to help? 

 Head over to Rachel Lynette's Minds in Bloom to read my guest post: What Teachers Need to Know about Stuttering. I list some specific Do's and Don'ts that you may not have thought about. 

Please DO share the link with anyone you know who would like to learn more about this communication disorder.


 Then head over to Speech Sprouts on TpT and download this free poster. These rules are great for all students to set up expectations for classroom discussions. 

Thanks for all you do for your students. If you would like more ideas and information about how to support speech and language development, head over to my blog, Speech Sprouts.  I would love to see you there!


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