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Printable Letter from the Tooth Fairy #2

This printable letter from the Tooth Fairy letter encourages kids to keep brushing their teeth. If you have Microsoft Word 97 or newer, you can download the MS Word document below and personalize it to print at home. If you don’t have Word, scroll down to find the text of the Tooth Fairy letter that […]

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Printable Tooth Fairy Letter #1

This printable Tooth Fairy letter is a short poem that can be used for the first lost tooth or any tooth thereafter. It’s available as a Microsoft Word download that you can personalize and print out at home. (Please note that you will need MS Word 97 or newer to open and edit the file. […]

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Tooth Fairy Rates or How Much Does the Tooth Fairy Bring?

How much The Tooth Fairy leaves at your house depends on many factors. For instance, just as gas costs more in California than in Texas, The Tooth Fairy’s rates often vary by geographic location. After all, she has to fly farther for some teeth. In addition, some teeth are smaller than others, some teeth are […]

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First Lost Tooth Letter from the Tooth Fairy

This letter congratulates your child on losing his or her very first tooth and can be personalized. To personalize, click the text link below the image to open the letter in Microsoft Word. Then highlight [NAME] in the salutation and replace it with your own child’s name. Then simply save the document and print it. […]

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Tooth Fairy Legend

In the US, the Tooth Fairy legend typically involves children leaving a tooth under their pillow in exchange for money from the Tooth Fairy. But the Tooth Fairy hasn’t always worked this way. In the Middle Ages in England, the tradition was to bury baby teeth that fell out, and around the world, many different […]

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