When it comes to healthy teeth, the Tooth Fairy knows her stuff. Here are some easy Tooth Fairy ideas. Clever letters, techniques and gifts from The Tooth Fairy encourage great brushing and get your children excited about taking care of their teeth. Good teeth are important for your little ones health. It’s important that their teeth are properly cleaned and that they routinely visit with their dentist. As their baby teeth start to fall out and their new teeth come in, there are lots of creative ways to reward them for their hard work. Or perhaps give them a gentle nudge to try harder. Check out some of our favorites:
Certificate of Tooth Collection
This Tooth Fairy Collection Receipt authenticates collection from The Tooth Fairy. In addition to a collection date, there is a date for the age of your child, as well as the payment rendered & the quality of the tooth.
An Extra Special Note from The Tooth Fairy
Double or nothing; use the below note to give your child a compliment for great brushing and teeth care. Give her an extra dollar for her commitment to being a great brusher.
Check out this note from The Tooth Fairy:
“Your tooth looks wonderful,
And that’s more than just luck,
For all your great brushing,
Here is an extra buck. “
– The Tooth Fairy
Letters from The Tooth Fairy about the Dentist
A letter from the Tooth Fairy is a great & clever way for kids to know how valuable the Tooth Fairy finds their visits to the dentist. The Tooth Fairy may even leave a small present for future teeth collection, such as this glow in the dark tooth. She may also leave a dollar or two to reward good behavior at the dentist.
Dentist Check Up Letter:
I am so pleased to let you know I received word of a wonderful check up from the Dentist. Please keep up the good work and continue to brush and floss. I look forward to collecting your teeth in the future.
The Tooth Fairy
Encouragement for a Future Dentist Appointment:
I heard you have your very own first Dentist appointment tomorrow. You are going to do great!
The Tooth Fairy
Positive Reinforcement for a Trip to the Dentist:
Congratulations on your trip to the Dentist! You did such a great job. I look forward to getting updates on your teeth. Remember to brush twice a day!
The Tooth Fairy
A Special Gift from The Tooth Fairy
If your child rushes through brushing their teeth, a timer may help take the guest work out of their daily routine. Try this special gift, along with a note from The Tooth Fairy to see if that does the trick.
“Brushing your teeth takes two minutes,
Flip this timer when it’s time to begin it!”
– Your Friend, The Tooth Fairy
An Exclusive Place to Store a Tooth
A special pillow is a great way for your daughter to leave her tooth out for The Tooth Fairy. It helps The Tooth Fairy locate the tooth at night. It also provides a place for the money to be left so it doesn’t get lost in the bed. You can purchase one or you can make one.
For extra excitement, give the dollar bills added sparkle with some fine glitter. Sprinkle some on the dollar bills and leave them to be found in a special pillow. With a hardy shaking most of the glitter will come off so your little darling can spend it (or save it).
A special occasion calls for special money. Go to your bank and ask for dollar coins, crisp bills, or two dollar bills. Deliver them as is or add a little sparkle with some fine glitter (see above).
Who is the Tooth Fairy? Where is she from? Why does she go around collecting teeth? This is a beautiful kit that is meant to answer those questions for curious children.
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