Did your kid lose a tooth? Make his or her day (and make memories) with a printable Tooth Fairy certificate! Choose from 2 Tooth Fairy certificates, boy and girl options, below.
As a kid, when you lost a tooth, how did you feel? Did you feel so excited … like Christmas-lite? After all, losing a baby tooth meant you were finally growing up, and it meant a sweet surprise was headed your way just for giving up that useless tooth. (And by “sweet surprise,” I totally mean cold hard cash! 😉 )
Do you know what I’m talking about?
Well, you can make your own kid’s “I lost a tooth!” experience fun and magical with some of my Tooth Fairy printables, including Tooth Fairy certificates, girl and boy options! Other Tooth Fairy printables you can snag include free printable Tooth Fairy letters and free printable Tooth Fairy coloring pages.
You can use these Tooth Fairy certificate printables in a couple of different ways … let’s take a closer look.
One option, touched upon above, is to add some extra whimsy and fun to the Tooth Fairy experience. Essentially, the Tooth Fairy would leave a Tooth Fairy certificate, boy or girl option, behind, documenting your child’s tooth. It’s like the report you get when you take your car in for routine maintenance and they check all the systems.
Tip: The first time your kid loses a tooth, pair this Tooth Fairy certificate first tooth printable with a Tooth Fairy letter. The Tooth Fairy letter is a great way to help your child get acclimated to the idea of the Tooth Fairy; it explains why she needs teeth, why dental hygiene is important, and more. The longer of the Tooth Fairy letters also reminds your child to keep his or her room tidy (so the Tooth Fairy doesn’t trip or fly into anything), which may work way better than just your standard printable chore chart for kids.
Another option for using a Tooth Fairy certificate, first tooth to last tooth lost, is to make memories. Yep, this one is for you, my memory hoarding Moms (and Dads)! You know who you are; you’re the Mom (or Dad) who never misses an opportunity to document a family event, like using a first day of school template free printable and a printable last day of school sign. No judgement here … I can relate. 😉
Any way, you can use a Tooth Fairy certificate, girl or boy option, to document when your child loses a tooth. Put this in their baby book, especially if it’s the tooth fairy certificate first tooth! Or use it in a scrapbook. If the tooth he or she lost is visible (so one of the front teeth), pair the certificate with a photo showing off that new smile!
Now let’s take a closer look at those 2 Tooth Fairy certificates!
Colorful Tooth Fairy Certificate Printable
This colorful certificate has space for lots of details, such as where and how the tooth was lost, so it’s a great option if you’re trying to document the event for years to come. In other words, I would totally use this as a Tooth Fairy certificate first tooth printable! In addition to the where and how, there’s space for:
- Your child’s name.
- The date.
- Your child’s age.
- The condition of the tooth.
- Where the tooth was located.
- How much the “Tooth Fairy” paid for this particular tooth.
Bonus: Are you exchanging teeth for money but want to teach your kid more about the “value of a dollar?” (Jeez, typing that made me feel old!) If so, here are some printables that can help:
Pink Tooth Fairy Certificate Printable
Thanks to its pink background, this may seem more like a Tooth Fairy certificate girl option, but boys can like pink too! Don’t be afraid to use this streamlined certificate for girls and boys. Other than looks, this Tooth Fairy certificate printable is pretty similar to the first one just with fewer fields. For example, it does not have space for where and how the tooth was lost.
Bonus: Who says that what you enter in the “payment” field has to be a dollar amount? If you’re on a super strict budget, don’t break it just to pay off your child! Instead, consider rewarding him or her with a fun activity or with free swag. Here are tips on finding fun free things to do near me and tips on find free stuff near me today.
What do you think of these Tooth Fairy certificate, boy and girl options? Do you have other fun Tooth Fairy traditions in your home? Share your feedback and ideas in the comments!