Labor Day isn't just about picnics and that last holiday before school starts. Celebrated the first Monday in September, it remembers social and economic contributions of organized labor, unions and workers. May 1 is World Labor Day--this is the U.S. holiday. Sadly, increasingly more mommies and daddies have to have to work on Labor Day. So it's no wonder the true meaning is lost on children.
But we can still teach them. Here are free printable coloring pages of workers in different occupations, jobs, careers. Help kids identify various community helpers in their world.
Free Printable Labor Day Coloring Pages, Trades and Jobs Lesson Plans
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