Do you remember where you were when you lost your first tooth? It’s an exciting time for kids when they lose a tooth. But sometimes we forget to capture those memories. So I found an easy and FREE way to remember and celebrate each lost tooth in your household.
Let’s be honest, I’m not huge fan of the Tooth Fairy or even Santa Claus for that matter. But it’s important to my kids, so I want to make a lost tooth a memorable occasion for them. That’s why I made these awesome printables.
Lost Teeth Chart
When your kid loses a tooth, print off the “Lost Teeth Chart” below. Cut out the “I lost my 1st tooth” circle and include it in a tiny bag with the money from the tooth fairy. When they wake up, they can attach the circle to their chart and hang it up on their wall. I offer this printable for FREE to all visitors of my blog, but if you’d like to show your support, feel free to buy me a taco 🌮.
My son was super excited. We wrote down where he was and what day he lost his first tooth. He also wanted to make sure that I hung his chart up somewhere that none of his other brothers could get it.
Lost tooth badge
As an added bonus, you can also give your child a cute badge that says, “I love my tooth!” They can pin it to their shirt and wear it all day or just hang it on their wall. It’s the little things. Download and print the badges below. I offer this printable for FREE to all visitors of my blog, but if you’d like to show your support, feel free to buy me a taco 🌮.
I guarantee you and your kids will love these free printables to help celebrate this fun milestone in their lives. I know my son did.
Here’s some other Tooth Fairy ideas that you might like: