Tooth Fairy Letters That Can Elate Your Kid’s Morning

Tooth Fairy Letters That Can Elate Your Kid's Morning

Losing a tooth for the first time will be a confusing event for your child; however, the anticipation of a visit from a tooth fairy can also make it an exciting experience they would look forward too. Like all kids, they need to get a letter to feel special on the day they lose their tooth. So if your child is about to lose one, have a fun tooth fairy note first tooth on hand ready to start a tradition for your child. Here are some ideas on how to write a tooth fairy letter for your child.

Who Is a Tooth Fairy?

A tooth fairy is a fantasy figure for children mainly in the western and western-influenced cultures. The folklore surrounding the tooth fairy is that when children lose their baby teeth, the tooth fairy visits them in the night while they’re asleep to exchange the tooth they’ve tucked under their pillow for a small payment, gift or letters.

You can create your own story about what the tooth fairy looks like and what they do with all the teeth they collect. You could also create different personas for the fairies so one leaves behind money, the other leave behind personalized letters with a treat and one special tooth fairy who likes your child more than all the others.

How to Write a Beautiful Tooth Fairy Letter to Your Child?

You can write a wonderful tooth fairy letter that your child will cherish for years if you put some thought and effort into it. Here are some tips for a letter from the tooth fairy for a lost tooth:

  • The first step is to ensure your child doesn’t suspect the letter is from you. Children are naturally curious and sceptical at the same time. While they want to believe it is true, your letters should look genuine enough to convince them. Therefore avoid writing it in your handwriting on paper they can find at home. Instead pick a colored paper, craft or cardboard from an art store and write the note in small letters. You could get help from a friend and even add a fancy ribbon to it.
  • Make the letter personal so it sounds real and closer to them. Address it to them and add a private detail they wouldn’t expect to make it extra special. If they pulled it out too soon, add an advice to not do that the next time.
  • Now is a good time to drop some advice on dental care. Weave a story like where their tooth goes after it falls and the fairy queen doesn’t like dirty teeth. The clean teeth would go to building the castle and the dirty ones will make up the pavement on the streets. This should be a good motivator to keep their teeth clean.
  • Add something humorous or funny notes, maybe a joke or how the tooth fairy witnessed a funny incident in their life.
  • Mention all the times the tooth fairy has been happy with how your child maintained good oral hygiene or has been good at home. Occasionally drop a surprise letter encouraging good behaviors with a small gift.

Cute Sample Tooth Fairy Letters and Notes

Here are some tooth fairy letter ideas to write a cute letter for your child:

  • Here’s a tooth fairy letter for a boy:

Hi Sam,

Congratulations on losing your first tooth! I’d been making plans to visit you in the night the last few days. You have grown up so fast and I’m proud of you. It was really sweet of you to leave me your cute little tooth under the pillow, so here’s some money in exchange! I decided to leave you a little extra cause it’s your first tooth. Spend it wisely.

I’m happy with how well you have kept your teeth clean by brushing and flossing every day. Continue that and eat your fruits and veggies to keep them healthy and strong. If the next tooth you leave for me is cleaner, I might even leave you a little extra!

Love,

The Tooth Fairy

  • Here’s an example for tooth fairy letters for a girl:

Hi Susie,

I see that tooth that’s been bothering you finally fell off, well Congratulations! You’ve been patient and careful with it and for that, I’m really impressed. I couldn’t wait to come pick it up, thank you for leaving such a clean tooth behind for me. In return you get this money; it’s all yours to do as you like!

I love how well you have kept your teeth clean, this is the whitest, brightest one I’ve collected in a long time and it is going straight to my box of favorites. I want you to continue taking good care of the rest of your teeth, brush and floss daily and send me a wink every night before you go to bed.

  • Here’s a message from the tooth fairy for a child who had their tooth pulled out by a dentist:

Dear Ben,

Thank you for the tooth! You have been a brave boy going to the dentist today. I made sure I wasn’t too noisy when I was at your house last night to pick up your tooth. Here is the money and some extra treat for giving me the bravest tooth in my collection. Everybody is proud of you and so am I!

Important Tips

While writing your own letter can be fun, you can make it more special by picking one off the shelf. Consider these:

  • If you are ordering custom tooth fairy letters for your child ensure the place is trustworthy as it would contain the address and some personal info of your child. Write only what you think is fine and nothing more.
  • Go through the quality of the print and ensure it is something your child could appreciate. The content also needs to be age-appropriate for your child.

Tooth fairy letters are wonderful pieces you can write for your child which they will love and cherish for years to come. With a little bit of creativity, you can come up with a great letter that will not only make their day but build their imagination.

Also Read:

Enchanting Tooth Fairy Stories for Children
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