Tooth Fairy Printables

Bring the Tooth Fairy to life with these tooth fairy printables. This set includes certificates, receipts, coloring pages, and more.

Some kids are frightened by their first loose tooth. Others are excited. All will be enthralled when you keep the magic alive with these tooth fairy activities.

Tooth Fairy Printables

Congratulations on your child’s loose tooth! Now, it’s time to prepare for a visit from the Tooth Fairy.

I have got some of the most adorable keepsakes and activities for you. They are sure to be a hit with you AND your little ones.

Download and print the pages you need. Then, tuck the others away for future use.

How to Use the Pages

For the keepsake pages, I suggest printing them on cardstock. The keepsake pages would include the Healthy Teeth Certificate, the Lost Tooth Tracker, and the Tooth Fairy Receipt.

Write your child’s name on the Healthy Teeth certificate and laminate it. Leave it under your child’s pillow with the Tooth Fairy’s gift. Then, you can tuck it away in a keepsake box.

The Lost Tooth Tracker is perfect for those of us who don’t keep a baby book. As your child loses a tooth, record it on the tracker. When it’s full, laminate it and tuck it away.

Finally, the Tooth Fairy Receipt can be laminated after the Tooth Fairy fills it in. You can laminate this, as well, if you desire.

Next, you can print and laminate the I Brush My Teeth checklist. Hang it beside the bathroom sink, and have your child mark the list each time he/she brushes their teeth.

Because it’s laminated, you can wipe it clean each week and use it over and over again.

Whether your child has a wiggly tooth or just lost one, they’ll love the coloring pages in this pack. There are four pages to color, and they’re great for starting a conversation about why the tooth is loose, how to care for our teeth, or what to expect from the Tooth Fairy.

Tooth Fairy door hangers are the perfect way to let the Tooth Fairy know which room to enter. Print, laminate, and cut apart the door hangers. Have your child hang one on their doorknob before going to sleep.


Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about the tooth fairy. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

How to Catch the Tooth FairyFancy Nancy and the Too-Loose Tooth (I Can Read Level 1)Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth (My First I Can Read)


How to Catch the Tooth Fairy – Get ready to laugh along with this zany story as the tooth fairy dodges traps, drool, dental floss webs, and more in this fun bedtime book for kids that combines silly rhymes and bright illustrations with STEAM concepts! Can you catch her?

Fancy Nancy and the Too-Loose Tooth – Nancy absolutely must have her first tooth fall out at school. That way she will be sure to receive the special tooth-holder necklace from the school nurse. But when Nancy’s tooth starts wiggling at home, she is worried she might lose it before class. How can Nancy make sure her loose tooth falls out at school?

Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth – In Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth, the tooth fairy asks Pete for some help. But it’s not easy being the tooth fairy for Pete when a tooth goes missing—will he be able to find the lost tooth before it’s too late?

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