Labor Day is the first Monday in September.  We usually celebrate Labor Day with summer activities, camping trips, cook outs, family get togethers, etc.  We tend to think of Labor Day as the last, unofficial day of summer.

If you can fit it into your homeschooling program, perhaps you can focus on Labor Day as being a day in which we recognize the social and economic achievements of American workers and the strength, prosperity and well-being they have brought to our country.

Labor Day is more than just an excuse to have a bar-b-que.  It’s a thank you day.

Remember, fun learning is forever learning!

Ann Simpson

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