Public Speaking for Kids [Infographic]

public speaking for kids

Kids Can Make an Impact, Too!


Public speaking is not just a skill for adults. Kids have important ideas and insights as well, and sometimes those ideas can make a huge impact when delivered in a speech.

Public speaking for kids is a crucial skill that, once learned, can help them in lots of ways throughout their daily lives and with their interactions with friends and family.

Public Speaking 101


To make a great speech that leaves your audience happy, excited, and wanting more, you need to really put in the time to learn how to improve your speaking skills.

Here are a few tips to get you started on your skill-building path. To learn more,
feel free to check out our "Improve Your Speaking SKills" eBook.

Benjamin Franklin said, ““By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail”, and that’s certainly true when it comes to delivering a message in front of a group of people. If you invest the time to learn the skills you need and prepare well, you will engage your audience in a way that will leave them wanting more.

Public Speaking Examples


  • Nyeeam Hudson

    Nyeeam Hudson, or King Nahh as he calls himself, is a 10-year-old who has developed a name for himself around the world as he inspires other kids to live confidently.

  • Malala Yousafzai

    Malala Yousafzai spoke in front of the United Nations when she was just 16 years old. She won the Nobel Peace Prize at age 17, and her words have created changes in girls’ education.

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