National Tooth Fairy Day Printable and Activities


 
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February 28 is National Tooth Fairy Day. February is also Dental Health Month. Is there a kid around that doesn’t get excited at the prospect of a visit from the Tooth Fairy.

This month, print out the activity pack below, and have some Tooth Fairy fun with your kiddos. Choose one or more of the dental health activities. Read a book or two.

If the tooth fairy is coming for a visit, make a tooth fairy pillow or print out a note from the tooth fairy. Make some awesome memories for your littles!

Tooth Fairy Learning Pack

Tooth Fairy Printable Pack

Inside this …-page printable pack created just for your preschooler or kindergartener, you will find the following activities:

  • Handwriting practice
  • Letter identification
  • Skip-counting puzzles
  • Coloring pages
  • Odd and even sort
  • and more…

 >>Download your free Tooth Fairy Learning Pack.<<

Activities

Tooth Fairy Goodies

Books about the tooth fairy | mamagoesfrugal.com

Books to Read


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  1. I did not know February 28th was National Tooth-Fairy Day! That’s news to me! I love these printable activities. These are great activities to teach kids the importance of good dental hygiene! I love it!

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