Posted: Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
What is Labor Day for, you ask? Labor Day means a long weekend, but it also means thinking about what it means to work hard. Luckily, we’ve got heaps of material to help you celebrate both. Give summer a fond farewell with our favorite Labor Day pieces.
Teach your child the true meaning of Labor Day with these community helper worksheets.
W is for Worker: a worksheet about Labor Day:
Learn the difference between goods and services:
Match the worker to the tool they need:
Kids get to play detective in this fun matching sheet:
Learn about different kinds of jobs in this easy research project:
Unscramble the working words in this word scramble:
Now for the fun part! Put together a custom Labor Day menu with these Labor Day recipes that look great on a picnic table.
Make a splash at your next barbecue by whipping up one of these lemonade recipes:
Everything — even salad — tastes better on a stick:
Chill out with some easy flavored ice cubes:
We’re going to let the photo do the talking here:
Don’t forget ketchup for dabbing, dipping and dousing all your delicious Labor Day treats!: