Labor Day Unit Study and Gifts for Community Workers

I am a big fan of unit studies. It helps me organize the overwhelming world of educational options. Plus, the kids like everything relating.

We have always started Rothacher Academy the first week in September but surprisingly this is our first year to do a Labor Day unit study, along with a fun "service project". We LOVE a good excuse to give gifts and make others feel appreciated!

Check out my Pinterest board, The Ones about Homeschooling to find some links to lots of Labor Day fun. Keep in mind, we will NOT be doing all that is pined, because...reality. These "community helpers" were free printables from another bingo game but when cut up, they fit nicely into the guess who board. Now we can ask questions like, "do you drive as part of your job?" "do you wear a hat as part of your job?" as well as "are you a girl?"

Monday's are when we go to pickup our groceries. We chose to give RedBox codes and bags of popcorn to the sweet workers who serve us weekly by shopping for and bring out our groceries to us. This could be a fun Labor Day gift for lots of people who serve us.

And here are some FREE Printables for if you'd like to join us in honoring those laborers who are likely still working on the Labor Day holiday, ie checkers, gas station clerks, servers at restaurants, etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What do you do on your long Labor Day weekend!?

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