New Printable Letters from the Tooth Fairy

by kevin on March 7, 2012

It’s been awhile since I’ve been on Tooth Fairy duty as a dad, so I’m especially grateful for the ideas sent in by users of my site, www.ToothFairyLetter.net. I’ve just added several new letters to the site, so there are now 30 to choose from in all, plus a new Tooth Fairy Poems category. And, as always, there are free coloring pages as well as tips for parents who would like to start tooth traditions or need help deciding how much to pay for those pearly whites.

Tooth Fairy Poem


Do you have a kid who’s scared at the thought of losing a tooth? There’s a new letter for that. How about a special note for the very first front tooth lost? Got it!. There are general Tooth Fairy letters as well as specific ones. All of the letters are formatted on full-color, custom Tooth Fairy stationery and digitally “signed” by the fairy herself. There’s a new letter for children who want to know what the fairy does with all those teeth, and even a funny note to kids who no longer believe in the tooth-toting creature.

The notes at ToothFairyLetter.net are easy to instantly download and print. They’re free as PDFs you can write upon, or opt for the editable DOC (Microsoft Word) version for $5. The coloring pages are free. Have fun!

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