Free printable Labor Day coloring pages of workers, jobs, occupations, careers

Labor Day is celebrated the first Monday in September in the US. It remembers the social and economic contributions of organized labor, unions and workers. Here are free printable Labor Day coloring pages of workers, jobs, occupations, careers and community helpers. Use these coloring activities for preschool lesson plans or Labor Day parties. Teachers and homeschoolers, start your school year off with a social studies unit on career awareness that explores community helpers, workers, occupations. Teach the history and importance of Labor Day.Free printable Labor Day coloring pages of workers, jobs, occupations, careers - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

Free printable elephant crafts, Babar coloring pages, elephant-themed activities

Happy World Elephant Day on August 12! It's tusks up and trunks waving for elephants, or, as Winnie-the-Pooh would say, heffalumps! Children, do you want free printable elephant crafts and activities? Would you like to print coloring pages of elephants (of course you would!) Well, ask mom and dad to print these so you can celebrate Happy Heffalump Day! Read onFree printable elephant crafts, Babar coloring pages, elephant-themed activities - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

Free printable Coast Guard coloring pages, US Coast Guard Day activities, lessons

August 4 is US Coast Guard Day! In 2015, the U.S. Coast Guard celebrates its 225th birthday. For two and one quarter centuries, the Coast Guard has kept United States waterways, shores, and port cities safe and secure. Here are free printable Coast Guard coloring pages. Use USCG printables, activities and lessons to teach kids about these vital services this armed services branch provides.Free printable Coast Guard coloring pages, US Coast Guard Day activities, lesson

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