Printable Tooth Fairy Notes are a great way to celebrate the first tooth, second tooth, or last lost tooth! Download our letter set and get ready for some fun!
A few weeks ago, we made our bi-annual visit to the dentist. Like any mom, I crossed my fingers that my youngest would at least be compliant and that we’d make it out alive with the bonus of being cavity-free. We succeeded on all counts, and at the end of the visit my 5-year-old exclaimed, “Mom, did you know that sometime soon my teeth will get wiggly and when it falls out I’ll get a visit from the tooth fairy?”
To say she was ecstatic about this upcoming event would be an understatement. Ever since, we’ve been brushing and flossing and wiggling teeth, “just in case”.
I figured I’d better help the Tooth Fairy get prepared so we were ready when our first wiggly tooth made an appearance. I designed this cute little Tooth Fairy Letter Set and I’m sharing it with you while it waits to make its debut at our house!
Tooth Fairy Letter Printables
- Tooth Fairy Notes digital file (download below)
- color printer
- white cardstock
- paper cutter or scissors
- glue or tape
- pen or marker
- Download and print the Tooth Fairy Template Printables. There are 2 pages – 1 blue and 1 pink, so pick your favorite!
- Cut out each section on the page – the letter to the Tooth Fairy, the letter from the Tooth Fairy, the inspection ticket, and the tooth box.
- Have your child write a simple note to the Tooth Fairy or draw a picture.
- Tape the Tooth Envelope, then add the tooth to the inside. Place the envelope under your child’s pillow.
- Replace the envelope and Tooth Fairy Note with the notes from the Tooth Fairy and the inspection ticket, along with a small gift or coins.
Tips & Ideas for Younger Children and Older Kids
- Sprinkle some glitter around your child’s bed, around their nightstand or windowsill as “fairy dust”, or turn a glass of water pink with some food coloring as proof that the tooth fairy was there.
- Be sure to read our Creative Tooth Fairy Ideas + Excuses Why the Tooth Fairy Forgot!
- Have your tooth fairy go the extra mile and drop off a small gift – a new toothbrush, toothpaste, some floss, etc.
- Gift candy gold coins instead of real cash.