The tooth fairy reminisces about the child's parents and their first lost teeth in this free, printable letter.
Text of the letter:
So you lost your first tooth! I'm so proud of you. You were very brave when it came out and I'm excited to take it home to my castle in Fairyland. Every time you lose a tooth I will leave a present in exchange for it under your pillow.
I have been doing this job a long time. I was even the one who took your parents' teeth when they were little kids. Your mother was five years old when I got her first tooth and your dad was seven. You are right in the middle at six years old and I think that's the perfect number! You look just like they did with that cute new gap in your smile.
When your parents were younger, I gave them 50 cents a tooth. With these changing times, though, I've decided to give you $1.50! That's a whole dollar more than your parents got as kids. Aren't you a lucky kid!
Those teeth of yours are worth a lot to me, so if you want to keep getting the big bucks make sure that you brush and floss your teeth every night to keep them nice and healthy. I'll be back the next time you lose a tooth!
The Tooth Fairy