50 Great Activities for Children Who Stutter is a set of activities designed for children who stutter. Includes step-by step directions as well as dialogue to use with children. Contains a number of activities specifically designed for therapy groups composed of children who stutter and children with language disorders. Some examples include: Identifying and Exploring Stuttering — Stutter Tag, Stuttering Awards, Candid Camera, Teach Me How to Stutter, Stuttering Private Eye.
Practicing Speech Tools — Stretching, Bouncing, Pausing, Voluntary Stuttering, Out in the World, Speech Tool Bingo.
Learning the Facts — Facts, Famous Role Models, The World Wide Web, You Are the Expert.
Uncovering Feelings — Draw a Picture of How You Talk, Stuttering Interviews, You Feel That Way Too? It’s Showtime.
Targeting Language and Stuttering Goals — Barrier Games, Pleased to Meet You, Joke Telling, Idioms, Trust Building: The Blindfolded Walk, Scavenger Hunt.