Labor Day pays tribute and honors the social and economic achievements of the American worker men and women. Workers are the backbone of any nation success, freedom, and strength, thus Labor Day is. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century. The first Labor Day was celebrated in New York City in 1882, and became a federal holiday in the United States and Canada since then on the first Monday in September. Labor Day in both United States and Canada is a national holiday and also a symbol of the summer end celebrated with a day of rest, parties, parades and athletic events. Labor Day Coloring Pages Activities is loved by all Children. Labor Day Coloring Pages Activities are cheap and easy crafts for kids. Celebrate the American worker with these Labor Day Coloring Pages Activities. Here you will find many Labor Day Coloring Pages Activities to entertain the family.