Teach Kids About Child Labor Laws

Labor Day Children’s Books It is Labor Day weekend in the United States. Labor Day is celebrated in the on the first Monday of September. The U.S. established Labor Day as a federal holiday in 1894 following years of social unrest between laborers and employers. During the Industrial Revolution adults and children worked long, hard […]

Children’s Books About Labor Day

Weekly Trip to the Library We celebrate Labor Day as the last weekend of summer by having picnics, barbecues, parades, and water sports. But, the holiday is the perfect time to teach kids about the jobs that people do as well. Here are some children’s books from Amazon.com and the book reviews included on the web […]

Easy Patriotic Parfait

Cooking With Kids In preparation of the nation celebrating Labor Day on Monday there’s still time to share a patriotic treat with the kids. Nothing is easier than making this red, white, and blue parfait. Simply use red and blue berries putting whipped cream in between the colored produce. We used blueberries, raspberries, and made this simple whipped cream […]

Patriotic Yogurt Parfait

thewordaccordingtoeggface Cooking with Kids It’s not hard to find healthy red, white, and blue treats for the kids to eat this Labor Day Weekend. For this snack we used fresh strawberries and blueberries and plain Greek yogurt. If the kids you care for don’t like plain yogurt simply use vanilla yogurt instead. You Will Need: Fresh […]

Do You Charge More When Working on a National Holiday Like Labor Day?

A nanny can charge more when her services are likely to be in higher demand, such as on holidays. We recommend you charge more than your usual rate if you plan to work this Monday, September 5, 2011 which is Labor Day. Do you charge more if you have to work on Labor Day?