How do you catch the tooth fairy? Help the kids make a tooth fairy catching kit, plus more creative tooth fairy ideas. We especially love these tooth fairy crafts for preschoolers! How do you memorialize losing that first tooth? I love seeing each child’s unique approach on how to catch the tooth fairy.
My six-year-old was telling me that the tooth fairy forgot to leave her money for her second lost tooth as she fell asleep tonight. She also told me that she knew Dad was the tooth fairy, because apparently a super-tired dad wrote Love, Dad on the last tooth fairy note.
The entire exchange reminded me of a phase my three older kids went through a few years back where they worked and worked at making different tooth fairy catching kits. They never did catch a tooth fairy, but they came up with some creative tooth fairy ideas!
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How Do You Catch the Tooth Fairy?
If you want to catch the Tooth Fairy, you might want to start by making some pretty things!
Fairies like nature, so be sure to include some sticks in your crafting! They also like things neat and tidy, so be sure to make a broom:
Be sure your fairy has a pretty house to stay in, with lovely symmetrical artwork:
And don’t forget to include a bed with a soft pillow and some fairy snacks!
Created by Emma :)
More Creative Tooth Fairy Ideas
How to Trick the Tooth Fairy takes creative tooth fairy ideas to an entirely new level. What happens when you combine a prankster girl with a prankster tooth fairy?
Here are some fun tooth fairy crafts for preschoolers:
How do you celebrate kids losing teeth in your house?