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Comic Strip About Stuttering


Khalid: Hi Nnnnnnnicole! Nicole: (confused look on her face)


Khalid: I’m stuttering. Stuttering is when your speech machine doesn’t work together as a team.


Nicole: What??


Khalid: The speech machine is the brain, teeth, tongue, voice box, lungs, and lung helper.


Manage Your Air Flow


I am Joanna and I am 11 years old and I am in fifth grade. I have been stuttering since Kindergarten. I used to stutter so much I couldn’t even talk. I now raise my hand in class when I know the answer. I use strategies to help me talk. I use light touch, eye contact, and quiet ‘h.’ My favorite strategy is quiet ‘h.’ Quiet ‘h’ is when you start your sentence with a soft ‘h’ sound. It works best in front of vowels. Here is an example: “hhh I have two guinea pigs.” I started band and I play the flute. My favorite thing about the flute is that you have to roll your air to make the right sound out of the flute. Learning to play flute is like learning speech strategies. Both require you to manage your air flow.


Joanna, 11, from McMinnville, OR


Khalid: When I stutter I like when you give me extra time to talk and listen. Nicole: (smile on her face) Khalid, 5, from Rockville, MD


Breathing and Thinking Help


I stutter a lot. Sometimes breathing helps me and thinking too. I get made fun of a lot. I get frustrated when people make fun of me. My name is Landon. I am 10 years old. I live in Saint Petersburg, Florida.


Landon, 10, from St. Petersburg, FL 7


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