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Fun ways to welcome the tooth fairy

For generations, the Tooth Fairy has left a small gift for children who tuck fallen baby teeth under their pillows. This charming tradition is the perfect time to help kids learn more about taking care of their teeth. Here are some delightful ways to welcome this magical sprite.

Leave gifts

Gifts such as toys, treats, or books that you know your child will love will help make them feel special and loved. Remember also that you're setting the expectation around future gifts.

Prepare for the tooth fairy with a fairy house

Set up a little fairy house for the tooth fairy is a fun way to get excited for the arrival of the tooth fairy. Your child puts the tooth inside the container and wakes up to the gift, money, and/or note inside.  Little Belle Nightlights makes beautiful handcrafted fairy houses with little openings for notes that are a perfect keepsake addition (www.little-belle.com)

Add a touch of magic

You can add an extra flair to the tooth fairy by leaving a little glitter, footprints, stickers, or a signature while your child is asleep. This will add to the tooth fairy visit and make it more magical.

Write notes from the tooth fairy

Use a special colorful pen, use nice handwriting and add some glitter as "fairy dust" in a note for your child.

 

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