Teacher appreciation with An Apple a Day Personal Checks featuring photos of mouthwatering green and red apples in front of a chalkboard.
From 1700 to 1900, children in Denmark and Sweden gave teachers apples because they came from poor farming families that were unable to pay for school. Children also gave teachers apples because teachers didn't make very much money and families wanted to provide them with extra food.
The biblical book of Genesis tells the story of Adam and Eve. In the story, Eve eats an apple from the tree of knowledge. As a result of this reference, the apple has become a symbol of knowledge, and children give teachers apples to thank them for knowledge.
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