You are going to want this tooth fairy letter if your child has a loose tooth. This printable tooth fairy letter makes losing a tooth fun! You will be able to leave a certificate and report along with your money. What a cute way to mark these milestones. If you love creating special keepsakes you will want to check out these three printable coloring pages: First day of school coloring page, Year End Review Coloring Page (this one is updated yearly) and the End of School coloring page.
Tooth Fairy Letter
This letter from the tooth fairy will make losing a tooth memorable. A printable tooth fairy letter will help you and your child remember when they lost their tooth, how old they were, where and how. There is even a place for the tooth fairy to leave a little grade card for how well they are taking care of their teeth. This is a fun way to reinforce the importance of good dental care routines.
There are two versions of the printable that come with matching envelopes, perfect for your son or daughter.
These envelopes are easy to put make! Simply fold the flaps over, and glue them together.
Insert the Tooth Fairy’s “Offical Report” along with your little one’s special surprise, and close the top with some more glue or tape.
Print multiple copies and keep them in a special spot so that you can pull them out each time your child loses their tooth.
- Tooth Fairy Certificate Pink
- Tooth Fairy Envelope Pink
- Tooth Fairy Certificate Blue
- Tooth Fairy Envelope Blue
How much does the tooth fairy pay?
Each year Delta Dental does a study and tooth fairy payouts are on the rise! On average kids receive an all-time high average of $4.66 per tooth. 89% of the homes the Tooth Fairy visits receive money, the fairy is also known to leave gifts that promote dental health, such as toothpaste or toothbrushes. What a great idea! It never crossed my mind to do this. Gifting a sparkly toothpaste would be extra fun. My friend actually puts a touch of glitter on the money she leaves. Now that is a special touch. There is a Tooth Fairy Calculator that will show much children of similar demographics are receiving from the Tooth Fairy.
The most comforting news is that 56% of parents say the Tooth Fairy can be forgetful, neglecting to pick up the tooth on the first night. What a relief! I have spent years thinking I was the worst Tooth Fairy of all time. Our kids actually grew to love the fairy’s forgetfulness, because they were told if the tooth for some reason wasn’t picked up the first night she would leave double the money the next night.