Labor Day Activities and games for kids, adults...such as Labor Day Word Search, Word Scramble, Word Alphabetical. Also Labor Day Cards, Crafts, Coloring Book, Poems, "Happy Labor Day" Banner and Flyers.
Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States celebrated on the first Monday in September to honor and recognize the American labor movement and the works and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States.
The activities in our local town includes the Labor Day Parade, Games, Fireworks and more. I always enjoy Labor Day.
Here are some links below leading to pages to help your church celebrate Labor Day.
"Happy Labor Day" Banner for your Labor Day Celebration at church or for your very own personal use.
Labor Day Crafts for your Sunday School children or children at home that are simple and a lot of fun.
Church Labor Day Ideas to help your church honor the hard working members in your church.
Labor Day Flyers for church fundraisers, activities, etc. are available also. The entire church can have fun on Labor Day.
Labor Day Cards are available to download and print for that special someone in your life that deserves to have fun on this Labor Day.
Labor Day Poems are a great way to celebrate Labor Day with church or at home with family to help remind us of the hard work and dedication we commit to this country and our families.
Labor Day Printable Coloring Pages or Book is available for free to download and print for your Sunday School children or personal use at home.
Remember Labor Day is the first Monday in September every day in the U.S.
And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ. Colossians 3: 23-24
Labor Day originated during the labor union movements of the 1800s as a way to celebrate the social and economic advancements of the United States and pay tribute to the driving force of our economy-the American laborer.
Labor Day Activities for Kids:
“When I Grow Up”
Ask the kids to draw pictures of themselves doing what they want to do when they grow up. If the child’s writing skills are more developed, ask them to write a sentence about the picture or a paragraph explaining why they are interested in that career.
Let each child present his/her drawing to the class. Post all pictures on a wall of the classroom to form a career goals “quilt”. Invite Pastor, parents, and/or other classes to come look at the student’s work.
Apple Walk Game
With this Labor Day activity for kids, apples are not just for eating. It is a relay race that will have you working up an appetite!
This is a relay race for 2 teams. For each team, set an empty bucket 20 feet away from the players. The first player on each team puts n apple between his/her knees, runs or walks to the bucket and drops it in.
The first player then picks up the apple and runs back to hand it to the next player. That player (2nd) must do the same thing the first player did, and so on until everyone has had a turn. The first team to finish wins the game. Make sure you have plenty of apples to snack on – after all that hard labor, you’re going to be hungry!
The Labor Day Word Search, Word Scramble and Word Alphabetical games and answer keys are below to download free.
If your church participates in Labor Day activities, you might want one or more of the following games...
Click on the link(s) to download: