Skip the Apple and Give the Teacher a Basket of Fruit This Year

By: The Hale Groves Team | On: | Category: Gift Ideas
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Remember when Ralphie heaved a beautiful basket of fruit onto Miss Shields’ desk in A Christmas Story? Sure, he was trying to bribe her into giving him an A on his composition about why he should get a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas, but he wasn’t wrong – fruit gift baskets really are a wonderful way to say “thank you” to a special teacher who has worked hard educating your children!

Order Fruit Baskets for Deserving Teachers

Seriously, why settle for just an apple when you can choose from assorted fruit baskets that contain a wide variety of fresh goodies? The fact is, many teachers use their own money to buy classroom decorations, treats to use as rewards, and even school supplies for kids whose families can’t afford them. Already not the most lucrative profession, teachers often wind up skimping on the things they need for themselves in order to ensure their students are taken care of, and that can include fresh, healthy fruit. When you buy fruit baskets to give a teacher from your child, you’re providing a necessary staple that everyone needs and most everyone loves.

A Citrus Fruit Basket is a Gift of Health

With all those little ones learning together and playing together, schoolrooms can be breeding grounds for colds and flu bugs! A citrus gift basket from Hale Groves, packed with healthy, immune-boosting oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, and other goodies are great for showing your child’s teacher how much they sacrifice for their jobs, and a special and practical gift they’ll appreciate and use.

A Fruit Gift Basket is a Practical Gift

When you order fruit baskets online from Hale Groves for your child’s teachers, you’re not just giving them something they’ll love and appreciate – you’re giving them something that will help them start the summer off right.

Teachers often tend to cut back on their grocery spending over the summer months because they aren’t working and have very little (if any) money coming in. Giving a teacher a fruit basket at the beginning of the summer break will ensure that the teacher has some healthy and delicious fresh citrus fruit to eat for at least the first part of the summer. Sweet and delicious oranges, grapefruits, and other citrus fruits are perfect for teachers because anyone can eat citrus fruit no matter what their dietary needs. You will also be setting a great example for your kids by giving a gift of healthy oranges and citrus fruit instead of candy or cookies!

Fruit Baskets are Affordable, Yet Impressive

Remember Ralphie telling Miss Shields he thought she might “like something different?” Teachers always appreciate the gifts that come from the kids they teach and their families, but often the gifts that they get are not very practical and they don’t get used. A basket of fruit is both affordable and a great gift that the teachers who teach your children will really appreciate!

Maybe by now you’re asking yourself, where can I buy a fruit basket that will please my child’s teacher? Fruit baskets from Hale Groves contain beautiful, delicious, healthy fruit like you don’t find in grocery stores. We have many affordable options, but if you’re worried about the cost of buying individual fruit baskets for each teacher, just buy one large basket of fruit and portion it out into smaller containers. One large gift basket can be broken down into several smaller ones, so you could use one basket to make gifts for all the teachers you want to give gifts to this year.

This year, give a special gift that is very practical to the teacher who has spent the year educating your kids! We can guarantee that sending fruit baskets from Hale Groves will be appreciated. (Anyway, we would have given Ralphie an A if we’d been his teacher!)

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