This companion lesson to the story “The Rabbit Listened” by Cori Doerrfeld teaches students about the role of the school social worker. Just like the rabbit who helped Taylor in the story, school counselors listen, love, help, support, care about our feelings, and stay by our side. Kids LOVE and really relate to this story as it helps explain the role of the social worker on their level.
✨ This resource includes digital for Google Slides™, PowerPoint, and printable formats.
❤️ THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:
✅ Digital for Google Slides™ presentation that summarizes the story, relates the rabbit in the story to the role of the social worker, and includes interactive drag-and-drop and text box activities.
✅ PowerPoint presentation that teaches the same material, but does not include the interactive digital pieces.
✅ Printable posters that can be used as teaching tools and display in your office all year long!
✅ Adorable hat that students can decorate and wear to share the role of the social worker with their school and home community!
✅ Differentiated craft activity (coloring-only version and writing version) that would make a cute hallway display or bulletin board!
✅ Assorted coloring pages!
✅ Customizable materials – choose the race and gender for the school social worker image that looks the most like you! (2 races and 2 genders to choose from)
✅ All materials available in full color and black/white!
[This lesson was posted with permission from author Cori Doerrfeld and her agent, Rachel Orr].