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When children lose one of their baby teeth, they should place it underneath their pillow and
the tooth fairy will visit while they sleep, replacing the lost tooth with a small payment.
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Many countries around the world have unique traditions to mark the loss of a child's baby teeth and many parents search for fun and creative ideas about how to use the tooth fairy story to celebrate the loss of a child's baby teeth. No matter what your family's preferred tooth fairy looks like, tooth fairies all leave behind a gift when they collect a tooth, and so all parents are faced with the problem of determining how much money to put under the pillow when the tiny tooth collector pays a visit.

Download and print a certificate from the Tooth fairy for the girl or boy who has lost a tooth. They can show off the certificate for all to see and it will serve as a momento for the future.

The Tooth fairy gets lots of questions from children from all over New Zealand.
Here are the answers to most of them.


Children generally begin to lose their baby teeth between the ages of 5 and 7. By the time a child's full set of 32 adult teeth come in, he will have lost 20 baby teeth. When a child loses his first tooth, parents may wish to set expectations regarding tooth fairy visits.


Losing a tooth is one of the great rites of passage during childhood, one that involves the magical transformation of their teeth into money or a small gift. However, there are also some outside-the-box ideas on how to be the tooth fairy that can make your child's experience even more memorable..


It is difficult for anyone to comprehend what the tooth fairy would do with the teeth from all the children around the world. Some say that tooth fairies are building a giant castle for their queen from the cleanest and most well cared for teeth, while the substandard teeth are ground down for paving stones. This may be why the tooth fairy leaves more money for some teeth than others. A tooth fairy letter can hint that if your child wants a bonus under her pillow, brushing thoroughly twice a day is a good way to earn it.

To keep cavities away you must brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day!