So your child has lost their first tooth!! How exciting! It’s time to celebrate the milestone with a Tooth Fairy Certificate.
Find our free tooth fairy certificate you can print at the bottom of this page. Soak in this moment mumma because you want to enjoy all the magic and whimsy whilst you can!
Before you download our tooth fairy certificate, here’s some important thinks to know about your children loosing teeth:
Everyone loses teeth differently
Children all lose teeth on their own schedule. Don’t compare to their peers or siblings, teeth really is one of those things that happens when its ready and is totally out of your control.
Tooth placement is crucial – don’t make this newbie error!
Tradition states that your child should put their tooth under the middle of their pillow. Ahhh no! Do not do this! You will get caught trying to forage under their pillow in the middle of the night and wake a sleeping child. Ideally, get them to put it in a special case, tooth fairy pillow or glass next to the bed.
How much money does the tooth fairy bring?
Okay, of course this one is up to you, but remember to start as you mean to go on. Children have a LOT of teeth. Its not a competition, a small amount of money means a lot at this age. The average seems to be a gold coin – the shinier the better!
If you already know you have a child with a wobbly tooth, keep a gold coin handy! You don’t want to get caught out and need to give your child more money than you planned.
Uh-oh the tooth fairy forget to come!
We’ve all done it, don’t worry. But if you are prepared you can be a step ahead. Here are some ideas to manage the incident. And don’t feel too guilty, with our tips you can get out of this situation with your child’s imagination still intact.
Celebrate with a tooth fairy certificate
Make an occasion of this special time in your child’s life. Creating great memories for your little ones is one of the highlights of being a mum! There’s a lost tooth certificate and a receipt for the lost tooth below that can be part of the ceremony. Don’t forget to take a photo and write the day in your child’s baby or memory book.
Use a lost tooth to your advantage
If your child’s room is an absolute mess, we have the answer for you. The tooth fairy can’t come if she can’t locate a tooth in a messy room! Read about how the Tooth Fairy doesn’t like messy rooms here.
This is also a perfect opportunity to encourage good tooth hygiene. Brushing, flossing and drinking lots of water to keep your child’s teeth healthy. The tooth fairy definitely appreciates sparkly pearly whites so remind your child of this while you have a great teeth falling point!
Get your story straight about the Tooth Fairy early on.
You will get LOTS of questions. Be prepared. If this is the first time you’ve had the tooth fairy visit you’re about to create some family history! Have fun!
Print our your Lost Tooth Certificate
The Tooth Fairy has visited your little one, now it is time to celebrate. Print out your Tooth Receipt to help commemorate the moment. Remember how old your child was when their tooth fell out, how much they were paid and the quality of their tooth.
This tooth receipt will become a record to store away and remember in the years to come, or you could put it in a frame in your child’s room. Adorable!
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