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A Letter From the Tooth Fairy

Updated on November 10, 2014

Tooth Fairy Letters for Children

The loss of the first tooth is a huge milestone for a child and for parents. It is an exciting time, but it can also be a scary time. A part of your child's body has become unattached. How scary is that for a child who is five or six years old!

Tooth Fairy traditions help reassure a child and take the anxiety out of a potentially frightening event. One tradition you might like to start is writing a letter from the tooth fairy. This can be a letter or note you write yourself or one you can purchase online.

Let's explore some options for your child's tooth fairy letters!

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50+ Letters from the Tooth Fairy
50+ Letters from the Tooth Fairy

"50+ Letters From the Tooth Fairy" is a collection of letter writing inspiration for your child's visit from the Tooth Fairy. Losing a tooth can be a traumatic experience for your child, but you can make it fun and enjoyable by creating a special letter from the Tooth Fairy that will thrill your child and make him the envy of his friends.


A Simple Tooth Fairy Note

Your letter from the tooth fairy does not have to be fancy or complicated. The tooth fairy wrote a simple note to Keira, a little girl who lost two of her teeth.

Watch the video to see how happy this simple tooth fairy note made Keira!

A Helpful Tooth Fairy Letter Tip

If you decide to go this route your letter from the tooth fairy can be as simple as this note or as elaborate as you want to make it. One thing you might want to keep in mind though is to disguise your handwriting so your child will not recognize it. It is easy to do this by adding some swirls and loops to your usual cursive penmanship.

Check the link below for addiitonal pointers you might want to consider when attempting to alter or disguise your handwriting!

Disguising Your Handwriting - Help For Writing Your Letter From the Tooth Fairy

Disguise your handwriting when penning your tooth fairy letter so that your child does not become suspicious!

The Scrapbooker's Handwriting Workshop: 20 Unique Fonts to Practice and Play With
The Scrapbooker's Handwriting Workshop: 20 Unique Fonts to Practice and Play With

Learn different ways to form letters and make your handwriting beautiful for your child's tooth fairy letter.


Does/did the tooth fairy write letters to your child?

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A Template for Your Letter From the Tooth Fairy - In Case You Want an Example to Follow

Here is a sample letter from the tooth fairy. This can be helpful if you are out of ideas and need a little boost to get your creative juices flowing.

Chloe Reads Her Letter From the Tooth Fairy - Plus More Tooth Fairy Ideas

Listen as Chloe reads her letter from the tooth fairy. This is an example of a tooth fairy letter that could be composed on the computer and printed out in a fancy font, along with some clip art for a pretty tooth fairy picture.

A Letter from the Real Tooth Fairy

A more elaborate option is to let your daughter sign up to be matched with her own Tooth Fairy at The Real Tooth Fairies website. My daughter and I checked out this website a few weeks ago, and my child was very impressed. She immediately wanted to call her best friend and tell her all about it.

A parent can help their daughter sign up on the website for free. The girl is matched with her own tooth fairy based upon her interests and personal characteristics. The child can then develop a personal relationship with her real tooth fairy via email correspondence. The child emails the tooth fairy and receives a response via the parent's email with a personalized tooth fairly letter that can magically appear in the daughter's bedroom the next morning.

The website has other interactive features, such as a Tooth Fairy hotel where a girl can visit, decorate her own room, and participate in other activities. There is an upgrade available which your child will probably ask for eventually. The upgrade unlocks more interactive features and makes the experience more fun for your child.

Click the link below to check out the Real Tooth Fairies website!

Read More About Letters from the Tooth Fairy - More Great Ideas for Your Child's Special Note!

Write Your Own Personalized Holiday Letters: Letters from Santa, The Christmas Angel, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy
Write Your Own Personalized Holiday Letters: Letters from Santa, The Christmas Angel, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy

Don't want to start your own biz, but just want to write personalized letters for family and friends? This book includes sample personalized letters from Santa, the Christmas Angel, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy.


More Tooth Fairy Letters - Buy a Letter from the Tooth Fairy on eBay

Shop here to find the perfect letter for your child from the tooth fairy!

More Letters from the Tooth Fairy

Check out these other great websites where you can get personalized letters from the tooth fairy for your child.

Letters to the Tooth Fairy

A series tales complied as a result of letters, sent by a small child to Tilly the Tooth Fairy. The letters always received a reply, usually with a story attached. The correspondence continued for several years and a number of tales were sent from the Tooth Fairy. The letters and stories have been complied in this book and will be enjoyed as bedtime reading by children and adults alike.

If you have read any good tooth fairy letters, please share the details in this section. If you have never seen a tooth fairy letter, just leave a note and let me know you were here! I love all your questions and comments!

What Does the Tooth Fairy Say in Her Letters?

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      Sema 3 years ago

      You're on top of the game. Thanks for shgnari.

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      Sexuty 3 years ago

      Your bunny is very generous.Jack got a loose tooth yesaerdty and kinda freaked out. He asked to go to the dentist, if you can believe it. I think he thought it was a permanent tooth.

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      24hourdentist 4 years ago

      I have not heard of the letter idea and would not have thought of that. Thanks for this great lens!

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      RinchenChodron 5 years ago

      What a great lens! Thanks

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I was completely unaware of the Letter from the Tooth Fairy Tradition but we started our own. It was accisental and grew from the fact that my third child decided she had some questions for the Tooth Fairy, so when she lost her first tooth, not only did she leave the tooth under her pillow, she also left a letter.

      Of course the Tooth Fairy replied.... :) and so for many teeth after that, there were more letters and more replies ;)

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      Neil Spencer 5 years ago from uk

      Great lens and a great read. Very well laid out too.

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      There is a magic in a child's thoughts that we should all attempt to carry with us into adulthood. The tooth fairy is a very important part of childhood so I am seriously wondering if she visits as we lose our teeth in our old age? Senior pensions could use the extra income lol. Just kidding.

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      goldenrulecomics 5 years ago

      One year my daughter left questions for the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus and the Tooth fairy, all of whom dutifully responded with notes. Then she compared with mine and confronted me! We had to make her promise not to tell her little brother the truth...

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      Angela F 5 years ago from Seattle, WA

      When I was a teen babysitter I helped with a few letters from Ms Tooth Fairy -- something to the effect that she was buying small baby teeth for her pet alligator... fun lens:)

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      gottaloveit2 5 years ago

      My mom lost her first tooth at 93. I think she swallowed it though so there was no letter forthcoming to the toothfairy. Blessed.

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      Diva2Mom 5 years ago

      Wow, love this lens! Great idea! My kids get 5 bucks which goes into their piggy banks, but without a letter. Can you imagine if they also get a letter from the Tooth Fairy? They'd be so delighted! Thanks for sharing and God bless.

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      julieannbrady 6 years ago

      Ah, too cute! I'm thinking, that my Cleveland, Ohio tooth fairy would say in her letter to me: "My dear Julie, I really love all my nocturnal visits. However, it is time you started to brush your teeth like you are supposed to." Or, something like that!

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      Diane Cass 6 years ago from New York

      Cute lens! My boys are grown, so I missed the opportunity to do a "Tooth Fairy Letter". You may want to add that option on your poll. True Story: When my youngest lost his first tooth, he put it under the pillow and went to sleep. I did the magical exchange overnight. When I went to get him up for school in the morning...he was on the floor! I woke him up and asked him how he got there. "The Tooth Fairy PUSHED me out of BED!" He exclaimed, incredulously. was so funny.We still don't know how he wound up on the floor. He was never one to fall out of bed,, and I certainly didn't push him out.

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      jadehorseshoe 6 years ago

      Fun Lens. ... "Fear not; I am coming to pickup your tooth and I will leave money in its place. Please keep half of the money for yourself and give the other half to a charity that helps poor children; your dad will help you pick a nice charity. Thank you for your patronage." ......... And, yes, I actually used the word "patronage." I raised biz-savvy kids.

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      Tolovaj Publishing House 6 years ago from Ljubljana

      Children love letters. Not only from Tooth Fairy, from Santa too:)

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      belindatrisha 6 years ago

      a big surprise to have a letter fro tooth fairy. I hope I could receive one.. anyway, thank you for sharing.

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      lasertek lm 6 years ago

      A letter from the tooth fairy is a good idea.

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      prabhurams 6 years ago

      completely strange that these days of computers we still like to listen stories and especially my all time favorites are fairy types

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      Ann Hinds 6 years ago from So Cal

      We are passed the age for tooth fairies but this would have been a good idea.

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      PropheticBlogge1 6 years ago

      Great idea, something that I would definitely do for my kids.

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      jdwheeler 6 years ago

      I think it's a great idea. It can be a "transitional" time for a young child. This will take the edge off.

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      I guess with six kids, my mom was too busy to create fanciful tooth fairy letters. We did get something under the pillow (maybe a quarter or a dime). Cute idea.

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      Peggy Hazelwood 6 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      So cute. Kids would love getting a letter from the Tooth Fairy!