National Tooth Fairy Day is celebrated on the 28th February, and what better way to celebrate, then with this free Tooth Fairy Printable Pack. The Tooth Fairy ideas contained in the pack include counting books, math related activities, word building and also a tooth fairy letter page.
Tooth Fairy Ideas
This tooth fairy printable pack contains over 60 pages of tooth fairy ideas and tooth fairy activities for children in preschool and kindergarten. I just started a new Pinterest board for some of the cutest tooth fairy ideas around the web!
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Here are some items that pair well with these activities. You will use each of these items over and over during all my printable preschool activity packs.
Included in this massive printable pack you will find a printable story book which can be printed out and stapled together. In this book, children will read the words and then be able to color in the correct number of teeth. It is a great book for teaching children how to count to ten as well as for revision.
Tooth Fairy Letter
There are blank pages within the pack where you could write your own tooth fairy letter. There is also tooth receipts and memory keepers.
‘Lost a Tooth Note’ which can be filled out when the child loses a tooth. This would be a great record for them to keep, recording every tooth they lose.
Once they lose a tooth, they can make up their own tooth packets. Currently, these are in black and white, allowing children to decorate them as they wish. They can place these under their pillows for the tooth fairy.
There is also a printable Tooth Fairy Receipt which the Tooth Fairy fills out for the children after they have lost their tooth and placed it under their pillow.
Also included are maths and literacy activities such as:
- Count and clip cards
- Size Sequencing Cards
- Simple Addition and Subtraction
- Line Tracing
- Fingerprint Activity
- Do-A-Dot pages
- Number and Word Building Puzzles
This massive printable pack comes in two versions: One is in color and the other is in black and white for those who have limited ink for their printers. The links for your to download them are at the end of this post.
One of the cutest ideas i’ve seen online is to get a fairy door, fill some glitter into a little bottle to create ‘pixie dust’ and enclose a small little note that the child can only read with a magnifying glass…
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