With today being National Tell a Fairy Tale day why not celebrate the tooth fairy
For generations, the Tooth Fairy has left a small gift for children who leave a tooth under their pillows.
This charming tradition is the perfect time to help kids learn more about taking care of their teeth. We have a few inexpensive ways for families to welcome this magical tradtion
A BRUSHING CALENDAR
The Tooth Fairy’s visit is a great time to engage kids in healthy dental habits. Along with the Tooth Fairy’s gift, leave a brushing calendar in your child’s room as an extra gift.
A THANK YOU LETTER
A letter can be left in your child’s bedroom as a remembrance of the event. Include your child’s name, the date, a description of the tooth received and the reward, plus a small note such as: “Thank you for this lovely tooth! I can see that you are brushing every day. Keep up the good work!”
A simple notebook can be turned into a lasting record of the Tooth Fairy’s visits. You and your child can choose one together and have fun decorating it with your child’s name, hometown and any other details s/he would like the Tooth Fairy to know.
Have your child write the Tooth Fairy a note before bed every time he or she loses a tooth. When you leave your child’s gift behind, record the date and add a little note, such as: “This is a very handsome tooth!
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