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Letters from the Tooth Fairy
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Kevin Savetz -- Free Printables Kevin Savetz -- Free Printables
Portland , OR
Wednesday, May 15, 2019


Sample Letter from the Tooth Fairy
 

The best thing about losing a tooth is a letter from the Tooth Fairy and, perhaps, a shiny new coin. The website ToothFairyLetter.net has added even more letter templates and other printables for kids with lost teeth.

"ToothFairyLetter.net helps parents 'help' the Tooth Fairy, who is naturally very busy and doesn't always have time for letter-writing," said Kevin Savetz, the site's creator. "This site has dozens of letters from the Tooth Fairy, fairy poems and coloring pages. There's a free version of every printable."

The new Tooth Fairy letter variations address: lost tooth pricing, National Tooth Fairy Day, fears about the Tooth Fairy, losing adult teeth, Tooth Fairy names and what the fairy or fairies might look like. Other letters answer questions about where the Tooth Fairy lives.

There are 16 new letters, plus two new free coloring pages with boy and girl Tooth Fairies.

ToothFairyLetter.net has letters for special situations, such as a tooth that's literally gone missing (such as by swallowing or being misplaced on the way home from school.) A couple of letters talk about teeth that have been pulled by a dentist. There's a letter for a first lost tooth and a few joking letters for older kids.

The site also has stationery and a fill-in-the-blanks form that children can use to write their own letters to the Tooth Fairy. There are also keepsake forms for parents such as a lost tooth record. For last-minute tooth emergencies when there's no cash on hand, the site has IOU "checks" from the Tooth Fairy.

The site also has suggestions for family tooth traditions as well as tips for parents.

All of the letters from the Tooth Fairy are free to download and print in PDF form. Or, for $5 each, a DOC version can be typed into using Microsoft Word letter's text can be personalized before printing.

There are more than 100 sites in the FreePrintable.net family of free printables sites created by Savetz Publishing, Inc., a company devoted to creating useful and informative web sites of interest to consumers and small businesses.

 

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Kevin Savetz
Portland, OR
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