Looking for a Tooth Fairy Certificate? Download Free Tooth Fairy Certificate and print it off, exciting your child with this Official Tooth Fairy Report!
My kids both still believe in the tooth fairy. One is on her 9th lost tooth, still going strong, while the other is chomping at the bit, so to speak, for his first tooth loss. I personally find tooth fairies and tooth fairy traditions as one of the most fun things I do as a parent and keeping that creativity and tooth fairy tradition alive for them is a blast. If you are looking for a tooth fairy certificate, I wanted to share this FREE PRINTABLE REPORT direct from the tooth fairy. Believe me, this is one of those tooth fairy ideas that you don’t want to pass up!
Simply fill out this tooth fairy certificate printable, leave for your child, and watch them grin! An adorable toothless grin, mind you since one (or more) baby tooth has been lost. Also, have you ever considered having your children write a letter to the tooth fairy? You could encourage this fun little tooth fairy extra when it is discovered that they have a loose tooth, or shortly after they have lost a tooth!
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Tooth Fairy Arrival
I ADORE having a TOOTH FAIRY PILLOW! Your child can easily exchange notes to and from the tooth fairy, safely keeping their lost tooth (and money!) secure. Watching my kids’ eyes light up after a visit from the tooth fairy was one of my favorite things to do with my daughter. Now that she is 12 and past the loose tooth stage, my son is nearing the age of losing his first tooth.
- EMBROIDERED TOOTH-SHAPED PILLOW
- TOOTH FAIRY NOTEPAD
- KEEPSAKE POUCH
<———My favorite one!
Free Tooth Fairy Certificate Printable
Note: the color below is a result of my camera taking a picture– it is not actually yellow.
To get the best print:
Open the PDF file in Adobe Illustrator, and move the graphics to HIGH RESOLUTION, if possible! I learned this recently.
- Don’t have Illustrator? No problem! You can open it in a PDF printer or Word program easily as well. Just make sure you are putting your print settings on the best resolution (fine) and using card stock if possible.
Have an excited child? I’d love to see this printable in action! Tag me using #MomDot on Instagram or email me [email protected] if you used it, love it, or have any feedback for future Tooth Fairy Printables!
There are also a few fun books to prepare your kids for losing teeth and the upcoming visit of the tooth fairy. So Much Fun!
Does your tooth fairy need directions? Grab this FREE TOOTH FAIRY DOOR HANGER HERE. Another fun idea: Sprinkle some sparkly glitter or fairy dust on the carefully placed certificate for an added, special touch. What child wouldn’t want “proof” that fairies have pixie dust?!
Get my Other Free Printables
Before you go, here are some other free printables that you may like to instant download!
FAQs About the Tooth Fairy
Q: How much does the tooth fairy pay nowadays?
A: Inflation has hit the tooth fairy too. Kids count bills, not coins, after the tooth fairy visits – usually 3 to 5 bucks, and more in states with a high cost of living. The tooth fairy considers how much money the child will need to buy a small but cool toy at the local Target or Walmart.
To see the average amount of cash the tooth fairy leaves kids in your state, check out this chart provided by the Dental Care Alliance.
Q: At what age does the tooth fairy stop coming?
A: As long as your kid appreciates the tooth fairy visits, she will keep visiting until your child loses the very last tooth. This last tooth usually falls out sometime between 9 and 12 years old.