Apple theme teacher gifts are sure to be a hit! Apples to apple pie make for some super cute gifts with these printable teacher tags.
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Apple Theme Teacher Gift Ideas
These gifts are super easy to pull off. Any of the tags can be attached to a basket of apples, a single apple, an apple scented candle, apple-scented hand lotion or soap, apple flavored candy, a delicious caramel apple, apple pie, apple room spray, darling apple cake pops, apple cake, apple muffins, apple cupcakes an apple treat, homemade apple pie filling, a yummy apple crisp, a gift card to Applebees, iTunes gift card etc.
Free Printable Teacher Tags
To make the printable tags download the pdf, print in color on heavy cardstock and cut out. Attach with a clip or punch a hole at the top and tie with ribbon or twine. So easy to wrap up a great gift.
The printable teacher appreciation gift tags include three each of the following sayings:
- An apple for the teacher
- You are the apple of my eye (this one would be good for anyone you want to make feel special)
- A+ Teacher
Look how cute the tag looks clipped to a crochet apple cozy. This makes for a healthy and useful gift that a teacher is sure to appreciate.
You can whip up one of these fruit jackets in no time at all! It gives just the right amount of protection to take an apple to school or work.
Have you ever wondered why we give apples to teachers? Supposedly in the 1700s, poor families in Denmark and Sweden gave teachers baskets of apples to pay for their children’s schooling. It could also be that in the United States frontier families were often responsible for housing and feeding teachers and possibly children would bring an apple for their teacher.
Bing Crosby, in his hit An Apple for a Teacher, sang about all the benefits of gifting an apple. For example, he sings, “an apple for the teacher will always do the trick when you don’t know your lesson in arithmetic.”
No matter the origins it is still a kind way to show your teacher appreciation for their hard work!
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