Has your kid started losing his or her baby teeth? Is it time to introduce the Tooth Fairy? Make the whole thing even more exciting with these free printable Tooth Fairy letters!
Your child starting to lose his or her baby teeth can be a really exciting time. Well, at least for your child … for you (as the parent) it may be a little bittersweet. How do they grow up so fast?!
Swallow back those tears, Mom (or Dad)! And make this period of growth a magical adventure for your kid with the help of a Tooth Fairy letter printable.
Now, I can’t say for sure how your child is going to react to the concept of the Tooth Fairy. On the one hand, the Tooth Fairy is a magical creature who trades teeth for prizes or in some cases, cold hard cash. On the other hand, the Tooth Fairy is a mysterious being who sneaks into your child’s room at night and steals something while he or she is asleep. In other words, while you may think your kid is going to be excited about it, he or she might actually have some anxiety.
That’s where these printable Tooth Fairy letter template PDFs can be useful! They introduce the Tooth Fairy in a friendly way, explain why she needs all these teeth, and thank your child for taking good care of the tooth and being willing to part with it. A Tooth Fairy letter template, plus the prize your child gets for his or her tooth, should be enough to make them comfortable with the concept. 🙂
Psst! Even if your kid is already 100% on board with the Tooth Fairy, a Tooth Fairy letter printable is still useful. It adds a little extra touch of whimsy to the occasion!
In addition to helping your child feel more excited about growing up, there’s a lot to love about these printable Tooth Fairy letter PDFs. For example, they’re:
- Free Tooth Fairy letters!
- Easy to use. You can use one of these Tooth Fairy letter printables as is or if you want something more customized to your child, just use these as Tooth Fairy letter ideas and write your own note using these as a guide!
- Gender neutral; yep, either of these can be a Tooth Fairy letter for boy or girls.
- Cute. Come on, admit it, these are pretty adorable Tooth Fairy letter PDFs.
- Preservable. You could easily save one of these Tooth Fairy letter ideas and create a scrap book page where you pair the letter with a picture of your kid with his or her new smile (complete with tooth gap)!
See? There’s a lot to love about these Tooth Fairy letter to child printables! So let’s take a closer look at your two options.
Bonus: Like I said, these free Tooth Fairy letters are great, but if you’re looking for even more ways to add whimsy and magic to the “lost a tooth” experience, consider using these free printable Tooth Fairy coloring pages and Tooth Fairy certificate boy and girl printables!
Short Free Printable Tooth Fairly Letter
This free printable Tooth Fairy letter template PDF is the shorter of the two. It’s also a bit more colorful than the longer printable Tooth Fairy letter PDF, featuring a teal-blue background and a tooth wearing a crown. Cute, right?
I think this would be a good Tooth Fairy letter for boys or girls who have lost a tooth before. (So this isn’t their first rodeo! 🙂 ) While it does provide some explanation for how the Tooth Fairy will use your kid’s tooth, it isn’t quite as in-depth as the longer printable Tooth Fairy letter PDF.
One thing I really like about this Tooth Fairy letter to child template is that it reminds your kid to practice good dental hygiene. If you’ve struggled with getting your child to brush his or her teeth or floss, maybe this letter from a third party will help?
Bonus: Another way to encourage your child to take excellent care of those chompers is with free reward chart for kids printables. Add “brush your teeth” as a daily task; once your kid completes tasks for a set amount of time, he or she is due a treat or prize. And don’t be concerned about these rewards blowing your budget; you can use fun and free activities as a reward. Here are tips on finding fun free things to do near me.
Long Free Printable Tooth Fairly Letter
This Tooth Fairy letter for boys and girls is a bit longer and probably more suitable for that first lost tooth experience. It offers a more in-depth explanation of what the Tooth Fairy needs teeth for, explains that she was trading with your child for his or her tooth (not stealing!), and more. Plus, like the shorter Tooth Fairy letter template PDF it reminds your kid to practice good dental hygiene.
One thing I really like about this free Tooth Fairy letter is that it asks your kid to keep his or her room picked up (so that the Tooth Fairy doesn’t trip or fly into anything. 😉 This may be just the nudge your little one needs to keep his or her space tidier.
Bonus: When it comes to getting you child’s buy-in on household chores, if this free printable Tooth Fairy letter isn’t doing the trick, there are other options. Have you considered free printable chore charts for kids?
These Tooth Fairy letter printables are an easy, fun, and frugal way to make your child feel special when it comes to losing a tooth! You can apply this same principle to other occasions. Get inspired with these free printable letters and printable alphabet letters.
Do you have other Tooth Fairy letter ideas? Share in the comments!