Hello visitor! If you’re a regular looking for the latest kids’ printables we’ve created, they’re listed below.
1. Last Tooth Collection Notes
When it’s time for that very last tooth to be collected, these notes are the ones to use. There’s a version for a boy and one for a girl – they’re lovely way to let the Tooth Fairy say goodbye and wish your child well on the path to growing up completely.
2. Dragon Bravery Certificates
These are a bit of magic for any child who has been brave recently, for example by going to a new school, going to the dentist or achieving anything about which they were nervous. There’s one for a boy and one for a girl.
3. Lost Tooth Found Certificates
It’s so easy to lose a tooth when it first falls out and the last thing you want is a disappointed child worrying that the Tooth Fairy won’t find it! This certificate is a good way to set your child’s mind at ease. There’s one you can add a name and date to and a version you can print without personalisation (just in case you’re in a rush!)
4. Tooth Fairy Certificates for a Swallowed Tooth
You’d be surprised how often this happens. We created these certificates because we had a number of requests from parents whose children had accidentally swallowed a baby tooth. One is ready to personalise but if you’re in a rush and don’t want to bother, there’s also a version which doesn’t need you to add a name. You can just print it as is and pop it straight under your little one’s pillow.
5. Dolphin Chore Chart
A summery addition to our chore charts, great for children who like dolphins.
6. Cute Dragon Envelopes
These cute little dragon envelopes are ready to print and fold.
7. Mermaid Party Invitations
Lots of fun if you’re planning an under the sea party.
8. One Tooth Left to Lose Certificates
These certificates are a bit unusual in that they’re not to say thank you for a tooth. Instead, they are notes to leave before your child loses his or her last tooth. There’s one for a boy and one for a girl. The idea is that the Tooth Fairy wants to let your child know that he or she has one tooth left and that she is looking forward to a final visit one day soon, to pick it up. It’s a nice way to begin rounding off the visits from the Tooth Fairy, now that your little one is growing up.