Learn about Labor Day and how the Industrial Revolution and workers’ rights led to this holiday with this short unit study! Complete with video links, book suggestions and fun activities this unit study will provide a couple hours of fun learning this September!
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Week 1: Harvest Mini Unit Study
The Labor Day Unit Study Includes:
Links to videos: A few videos about Labor Day and worker’s rights in the US.
Book Suggestions: Links to a few children’s books about Labor Day and different leaders in the Worker’s Rights Movement.
Notebooking Page: Take notes and/or draw pictures about Labor Day and the events leading up to its beginning while you watch videos, research sites, and read books.
Listening to Learn Activity: Parents read directions while children color, draw and write on a picture of a farm and a factory and learn the history behind Labor Day.
Jobs in America Word Search: Find and circle 20 different common jobs in the US.
Hands-on Activities: Make patriotic crafts, draw community helpers, make a protest sign, and more!
Quiz about Labor Day: Assess what your children learned with a fun, short quiz.
Pages: 10 pages