Apple Gifting Day
Apple Gifting Day is observed next on Monday, January 1st, 2024 (334 days from today).
About the Holiday
Until the 17th century, apple has become a general term for fruit. The apple represents a lot of things such as love, knowledge, bounty, good health, beauty and rebirth. As a result, there will a fruit holiday with unknown origin to start a new year relating this fruit, called Apple Gifting Day. It is often celebrated on the first day of January. The meaning behind giving an apple is to wish the recipient good health and a prosperous year.
There are several ways to give a gift of apples to someone. Simply, you can pack a half-dozen good apples into a gift box with a ribbon. Another way is to make apple pie, caramel apple, baked apple or dried apple…
The most interesting and traditional apple gift might be an old-fashioned pomander. You’ll need asymmetrical, firm-fleshed apple and a bag of whole cloves to make one. It is simple to make pomanders as a gift. Simply grab your apple and stick it all over with the whole cloves, packed together as tightly as you can get them. The apple should be hard to see once you’re done, buried under the cloves.
Why do we give an apple to your teacher?
Giving apples and apple-themed gifts to teachers is a long-term tradition. However, not only teachers but also every also want to receive an apple in New year holiday as a wish. As far as nobody can tell the origin of American schoolchildren giving an apple to the teacher.
Besides, Why is it an apple, not beef, or something else? No one can make sure their answers. But the fact that autumn became the national standard as the start of the school year, with more pupils than ever reported in the peak apple season of September, along with their being cheap, available, beloved and decreed as healthy, therefore, grabbling an apple for the teacher seems an obvious choice. In conclusion, giving apples to the teacher is not an inveterate custom.
ObservedApple Gifting Day has been observed annually on January 1st.
Saturday, January 1st, 2022
Sunday, January 1st, 2023
Monday, January 1st, 2024
Wednesday, January 1st, 2025
Thursday, January 1st, 2026