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Tooth Fairy Ideas for Boys

Updated on September 4, 2014
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A Boy Tooth Fairy

It can be hard to find tooth fairy ideas that appeal to boys. Is there a tooth fairy for boys? How about a boy tooth fairy?!

Parents of sons know that many tooth fairy ideas are frilly and feminine. The fairy in question is usually portrayed as female. Finding ideas for boys who have lost a tooth can be a bit challenging. This page is here to make things easier by gathering resources into one place so you can find what you need.

When my brother was a child, he was not interested in any pink Tooth Fairy trinkets. Oh, he liked the money she left; but, when it came to accessories, it wasn't for him. Too bad there weren't all these cool things available for boys back when my brother was a little guy! He would have loved some of these items. I bet your fellow will too!

Tooth Fairy Pillow for Boys

This cute little pirate that might appeal to your son. Yo ho ho!

Tooth Fairy Pirate Doll for Boys

North American Bear Tooth Pirate Plush
North American Bear Tooth Pirate Plush

The doll is made of tricot, and is 8 inches tall. He stores your child's lost tooth in his treasure chest


Turn the Boat Around -- I Just Lost a Tooth in the Water!

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Tooth Fairy Stories for Boys

Tooth Fairy Books and Stories for Boys

Are you tired of the frilly tooth fairy stories? Want something a bit more manly for your little guy? Check out these tooth fairy stories for boys, starting with a Tooth Cowboy!

The Tooth Cowboy
The Tooth Cowboy

Boaz the fairy takes on the Old West with his faithful steed Lucky. Battling the elements, animals, and pioneer children to carry out his task of exchanging teeth for coins. This makes for a wonderful bedtime story.

Truman's Loose Tooth
Truman's Loose Tooth

Truman's Loose Tooth captures the pride, uncertainty, worry and excitement of this rite of passage into childhood through many laughs and heartwarming experiences. The story helps children to adjust to this change in their life and serves as a great stepping stone for coping with changes as a lifelong process. Your child will enjoy reading this book over and over, and you will, too!


Tooth Fairy Pillows for Boys

Tooth Fairy Pillows for Boys

Your son's tooth fairy pillow does not have to be frilly. Check out this cool tooth fairy pillow for boys! It's not that hard to find one that expresses your son's personality.

Tooth Fairy Boxes for Boys

A Boy and the Tooth Fairy

Watch what happens when one little boy sets a trap for the magical person!

Other than a dimple in a cute little chin,

What's more adorable than a toothless grin?

I hope you got some ideas here!

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      jessi10 5 years ago

      This lens is great! I learned a lot. Especially since I am the mother of a boy, and even though it is easier to make things for boys, sometimes my imagination does run low.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      interesting idea, thanks for sharing

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      Barbara Walton 6 years ago from France

      When we were young we found a sixpence for every tooth under our pillows. That was it. Unfortunately the French tooth fairy was a bit forgetful - on the other hand, when she finally did remember the 'price' of a tooth had gone up to a euro.

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      Genjud 6 years ago

      Great ideas! Sometimes it's harder to come up with ideas for Boys. Thanks.

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      prabhurams 6 years ago

      nice lens. We put our tooth under our pillow and surprising got gifts in return the next day. They are something very special to me. Thanks for the share.

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      AJ 6 years ago from North Carolina

      Nice lens. Educated me! We always just put the tooth under our regular pillow and found money there the next day! LOL. But these special pillows are very nice -- I like them.

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      Monika Weise 6 years ago from Indianapolis, IN USA

      Loved this! I'm going to use some of these for my grandson.

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      Virginia Allain 6 years ago from Central Florida

      What great ideas. I'd never thought about the tooth fairy being too frilly/girly for boys. Well done!