TOOTH FAIRY FUN - Tooth Fairy Jokes, Tooth Fairy Stories, and more

TOOTH FAIRY FUN - Tooth Fairy Jokes, Tooth Fairy Stories, and more

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A #ToothFairyJoke for you:

Q: What does a tuba player use to brush his teeth?
A: A tube of toothpaste!

 

A #ToothFairyJoke for you:

Q: How do you fix a broken tooth?

A: With toothpaste!

 

A #ToothFairyJoke for you:

Q: What do you call a bear without teeth?
A: A gummy bear!

 

A #ToothFairyJoke for you:

Q: What is the dentist’s favorite time of the day?

A: Tooth-Hurty

 


FUNNY #ToothFairyStories

Is there a return policy?

When his two front teeth fell out within days of each other, my six-year-old son, Joey, was delighted by a quick and profitable succession of visits from the tooth fairy. However, the novelty of having a wide gap in his smile quickly paled. Not long after, while my husband was tucking him into bed, he found two coins under Joey’s pillow. When asked what the coins were for, Joey replied firmly, “I want my teeth back.”

Found in the Reader’s Digest: www.rd.com/funny-stuff/tooth-fairy-stories/

 

 

#ToothFairyFacts to know

The earliest known reference to the tooth fairy was in the Chicago Daily Tribune in a “Household Hints” column in September 1908. Reader Lillian Brown wrote in to suggest that "Many a refractory child will allow a loose tooth to be removed if he knows about the tooth fairy. If he takes his little tooth and puts it under the pillow when he goes to bed the tooth fairy will come in the night and take it away, and in its place will leave some little gift.
Gently used from this great website:
https://www.craftymomsshare.com/2018/08/fun-facts-about-tooth-fairy-lost-tooth.html

 

#ToothFairyFacts to know

The Tooth Fairy had her own museum. Located in a split level home in Deerfield, IL, the Tooth Fairy Museum showcased art, books, dolls, and other Tooth Fairy memorabilia.

General Dental Articles, General Dentistry

**It closed in 2000 but here is an interesting article for you:

The Tooth Fairy Museum, Deerfield, IL

 

#ToothFairyFacts to know

She’s not always a fairy in a pretty dress. Worldwide, the Tooth Fairy varies in appearance. Here in the U.S. we usually picture her as a dainty girl that gently flutters under the pillow. In places like France, Belgium, and many Spanish-speaking countries, the Tooth Fairy is a friendly, furry mouse. – General Dental Articles, General Dentistry

 

 

 

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

ONE OF MY FAVORITE AUTHORS RECITING HIS STORY ABOUT A CROCODILE WITH A TOOTHACHE – SHEL SILVERSTEIN!
https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=SHEL+SILVERSTEIN+CROCODILE+SONG

 

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

THIS IS A CUTE VIDEO… CHECK IT OUT!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Jsbe7ciAUs

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

THIS IS GREAT FOR KINDERGARTEN AGE!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHbrzfVR-t8

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

CLASSIC BUT WITH A CHIPMUNK TWIST!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVRLXMRVvpA

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

ONE OF MY FAVORITES
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ywp1ptJWYts

 

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

ENJOY!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JObsBVhpYk0

 

#ToothFairyVideos for Kids

WAY BACK IN 1986, BUT SO CUTE!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WI02_UJ1C6I

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