This fun free printable Tooth Fairy kit is sure to make your little toothless grin kiddo a little extra excited about losing teeth!
I will never forget my son & daughter’s first loose teeth and how emotional I was! I am telling you those sneaky loose teeth sneak up on you fast! It was another step in growing up that I just couldn’t believe we had reached!
As much as I don’t want my kids to grow up so quickly, being the “Tooth Fairy” turned out to be a bit a fun I also wasn’t expecting!
Between my two kids, we have had many of lost teeth and fun visits from the Tooth Fairy. One thing I realized quickly was that it was easy to kiss them good night, lay down to go to sleep myself, then moments later, gasp realizing I almost forgot to be the Tooth Fairy that night……So I created these fun free Tooth Fairy printables for you to print out when that first loose tooth starts to wiggle. Inside you’ll find a “Tooth Fairy Welcome” door hanger, to help the “Tooth Fairy” to remember to visit!
I made a set in pink
as well as a set in orange!
I also had a bit of fun putting together some “Tooth Fairy Potion” AKA mouthwash!
How to Put Together Tooth Fairy Kit:
What You Need:
- Free Tooth Fairy Kit Printable (See end of post)
- White cardstock paper
- Scissors & paper trimmer
- Travel sized bottle for Tooth Fairy Potion (mouthwash)
- Pink mouthwash or Orange mouthwash any color will do but these will match the printables.
- Pink or orange bubblegum
What You Do:
- Print off free printable Tooth Fairy Kit (See end of post)
- Print a few extra pages of page 4 so that you will have enough for more lost teeth
Please Note: This kit was made so that the doorknob “Tooth Fairy Welcome” printable and the letter introducing it, is only delivered to your child on the initial visit of using this kit. Once those have been delivered your kiddo can hang on to the door hanger for future lost teeth.
- Cut out the printables
- Hide any extras so your kiddo won’t find them!
- Fill the travel size shampoo bottle with mouthwash and tape the Tooth Fairy Potion label around it.
- Put together however much of this kit you’d like
- Be the Tooth Fairy and deliver it!
Don’t make the mistake I did and only prepare for one tooth. Page 4 of my free printable Tooth Fairy Kit has 2 sets of printables for 2 separate lost teeth. By the time a child starts losing teeth they have 20 baby teeth to then loose. This process will occur around and between the ages of 6-13. Based on those ages, you decide how many printables to print.
Our family’s absolute favorite book about losing a tooth is “One Morning in Maine”! Here is the affiliate link to it on Amazon in case you want to add a little extra fun & encouragement for your kids as they wiggle out all those teeth! I hope your kiddo enjoy’s this kit and that you enjoy this part of parenting and getting to be the tooth fairy during this precious time!
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