How to Celebrate Tooth Fairy Day
National Tooth Fairy Day
National Tooth Fairy Day takes place on February 28 and/or August 22. I like celebrating on both as it's a way to give back to the wonderful fairy who delivers surprises to kids when they lose their teeth.
Let's take a look at some activities kids can participate in to have fun on this special holiday.
This fairy image is by Penyulap, original work by Kasuga at Wikimedia Commons.
Tooth Fairy Letter
The Tooth Fairy is always giving to children. Why not surprise the Tooth Fairy with a nice letter or draw a pretty picture?
Let the Tooth Fairy know how much you appreciate the visits when you lose a tooth. Fairies enjoy compliments for their work.
National Tooth Fairy Day
As you know, the Tooth Fairy is very giving. Why not be like the Tooth Fairy for a day? Don't worry! You don't have to find any teeth!
Think of something nice you can do for someone else. Maybe help out a family member around the house or ask your teacher if there's anything you can help out with in the classroom.
You could bring a flower to someone you know or even make up your own Tooth Fairy song and perform it for someone special. The Tooth Fairy would feel very honored if you did something nice for someone else.
Teeth image by Casliber at Wikimedia Commons.
Tooth Fairy Trailer
Have you seen the Tooth Fairy movie? Here's a trailer for it.
Tooth Fairy DVD
This movie can be rented or purchased through Amazon.
Here is some pretty music to listen to.
Tooth Fairy Craft
Some kids like to make a special box to put their teeth in for the tooth fairy. If this sounds like fun, click the link below which will bring you to a step-by-step fairy box craft.
Fairy image by Zues Box (Kuswanto) and uploaded to Wikimedia Commons by user Mizunoryu
- Tooth Fairy Treasure Box Craft | crayola.com
Celebrate one of childhood's most-anticipated milestones! Kids' smiles brighten when they make this charming keepsake box for their baby teeth.
Is the Tooth Fairy your favorite fairy?
Tooth Fairy Books
Fairies encourage kids to read. Here are some nice Tooth Fairy books.
How about a pouch for the tooth?
Fairy Party Idea
Another way to celebrate Tooth Fairy Day is to gather a few friends together for a party.
You can have some snacks, play some games and make some crafts. Be sure to get an adult's permission before you start to plan anything.
Here are some ideas to get you started.
Fairy image by Janny Dandholm at Wikimedia Commons.
Play a fairy game.
Fairy Cookie Kit
Bake some fairy cookies.
How about a fairy craft?
Tooth Fairy Craft Kit
Makes 4 boxes. Fun to do with friends.
One thing that will make the Tooth Fairy very happy is if you do an extra good job at brushing your teeth.
Even if they're baby teeth, it's still important to have good dental care. Haven't yet brushed your teeth today? Now might be a good time to do so.
Toothbrush image by Thegreenj at Wikimedia Commons.
Disney Princess Toothbrush Set
SpongeBob Toothbrush Set
Any Thomas fans out there?
Thomas the Tank Toothbrush
This one is a set of two.