Tooth Fairy Ideas And Free Printables

The Tooth Fairy visited our house last week for the very first time, and it was a VERY big deal. As one of the last of her friends to lose a tooth, K had been yearning for a wiggly tooth for more than a year. And with each friend who lost a tooth, her yearning only grew. Finally, on the last day of school she bumped her mouth during our end of the year pool party and poof — a wiggly tooth. 

Just three days later, that tooth fell out, and the Tooth Fairy made her debut visit to our home. And K was all smiles!

To document the tooth loss journey, I had K hold up a handmade sign showing off her lost tooth. If I can remember to do this with each lost tooth, I think it will be neat to see her grow and her signs change. (Now, to file the photo where I can find it later!)

First Lost Tooth Sign
Here is the neat part, K has the exact same Tooth Fairy I had when I was a little girl — imagine that! Gwendalin the Tooth Fairy (Gwen for short) is still in the biz. 

Since this was our first lost tooth, Qwen had to make a big impression (without forking over a $5 bill). So in exchange for her first lost tooth, K received a letter from the Tooth Fairy, “gold coin” (Susan B Anthony), a tooth report card and a new book about a lost tooth. (Apparently Qwen is keen in the idea of working on summer reading skills too!)

Judging from the fact that K tells everyone she meets — including the mailman — about her treasures, I would say that the Tooth Fairy did well.

I sent a special note (via the Tooth Fairy Post) and asked Qwen if I could share her Tooth Fairy Note and Tooth Report Card, and she was happy to share tips for fellow Tooth Fairies. 

Free Tooth Fairy Printables
The Tooth Fairy Letterhead is designed 5.5 x 8 inches — so two fit perfectly on a page. Download the Tooth Fairy Note, then when you print it select 2 “copies per page.” That way your Tooth Fairy has an extra — just in case.

Download the Tooth Fairy Note in Pink

Download the Tooth Fairy Note in Blue

The Tooth Report Card is 4×6 inches, and prints nicely on 4×6 photo paper for a keepsake. (Don’t forget to leave out a Sharpie for your Tooth Fairy.)

Download the Tooth Report Card in Pink

Download the Tooth Report Card in Blue

Tooth Fairy Ideas Free Printables
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Comments

  1. Such a great idea. I love it
    Thank you

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