Questions about The Tooth Fairy

How to answer 100 questions about the tooth fairy

Does your child have questions about the tooth fairy?

Well we can start by telling them that When a child loses a tooth, a little bell starts to ring in the Tooth Fairy Land, letting the Tooth Fairy know of a lost tooth. As someone is always losing a tooth somewhere in the world, the bell never stops ringing. That is why the helpers of the Tooth Fairy are constantly on watch and look it up from the map who has lost a tooth, and prepare a list of children whom the Tooth Fairy must visit during the night.

A little magic is good for the imagination!

DIY Rock Painting for kidsEinstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Imagination is the door to possibilities. It is where creativity, ingenuity, and thinking outside the box begin for child development. Imaginative and creative play is how children learn about the world. 

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How to answer 100 questions about the tooth fairy

The Letter

My Daughter wanted to save her first tooth in her baby book just like my mom did for me. The only problem was, we lost the tooth! (well her Grandma did but that’s another story). So, I had Charlie write a note to the tooth fairy and leave it under her pillow. A few days later this is the letter the fairy left for Charlie! You can download it here, and use some or all of it for you children too! 

**Please note I did not write all of this myself, I found a lot online and edited it to my liking

The letter will answer all 100 questions your kids might ask you!

What do you all do when your kids loose a tooth? Anything special? Family Traditions? I would love to hear about it! Comment below! xo – Meg

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