Has the Tooth Fairy made an appearance at your house yet? I’ve heard that the Tooth Fairy has a few different traditions for families. What sort of traditions does she have with your family? Let us know in the comments below! Here are some of the Tooth Fairy ideas I’ve heard from other families plus some official Tooth Fairy printables from her office!
Tooth Fairy Ideas – Losing Teeth:
If you have the official Tooth Fairy paperwork (see the freebie information at the end of this post), your child can fill out the Official Tooth Record for each lost tooth. This Official Tooth Record can be written and left for the Tooth Fairy’s review along with the tooth. If you’d like to keep a copy of this for your scrapbook, you could leave a separate little note for the Tooth Fairy asking her to leave the record behind after her review. She would simply sign the bottom of the Official Tooth Record for your records. I’ve heard that she even uses a special glitter pen!
The lost tooth can be placed under your child’s pillow, inside a special Tooth Fairy pillow beside the bed or even inside a jewelry ring box on the nightstand beside the bed. I’ve heard that the Tooth Fairy also has special fairy dust that she sprinkles across the nightstand!
Tooth Fairy Ideas – Official Tooth Chart:
This Official Tooth Chart is a great way to keep track of which teeth your child loses and what date that he loses each tooth. It’s a fabulous addition to your scrapbook and it’s also great backup in case the Tooth Fairy has any questions.
Tooth Fairy Ideas – After Collection:
The Tooth Fairy has an Official Receipt that she can leave for your child to thank them for the tooth.
There is also an official Door Hanger that she can leave behind letting the rest of the family know that she’s been to the house.
This free printable is available to Moms & Munchkins Monthly Newsletter Subscribers. The newsletter is free and you can sign up here. Each month we’ll update you on what’s planned for Moms & Munchkins along with a fun free printable to enjoy with your family. After you sign up, you’ll be sent the secret password and link to the free printables page (including all of the past free newsletter printables of 2013). The tooth fairy printable set will be available on September 1st.
We’d like to give a HUGE Thank You to Denise with The CreativiDee Workshop for designing this fun printable set for us. She had to work with the Tooth Fairy closely to make sure they properly documented all of the required information.