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Free Tooth Fairy Printables

My son has been coming home lately telling me about the kids in his class who are losing teeth while at school. My son has yet to lose any of his baby teeth, but this got me thinking. It’s a big milestone in a kid’s life, so what kind of fun can I incorporate with his first lost tooth (and those afterward) – a Tooth Fairy Door Hanger and Receipt for his tooth!

Free Tooth Fairy Printable | #ToothFairy #lostatooth #babyteeth

Free Tooth Fairy Printable | #ToothFairy #lostatooth #babyteeth

You can incorporate the same fun by simply printing these out (click each image for a printable PDF file)! Once printed, cut out the door hanger and have your child place it on their bedroom door. It’s just a cute reminder for the Tooth Fairy to stop by.

Have your child place their tooth just under their pillow and when the Tooth Fairy arrives, fill out the Tooth Fairy Receipt and leave it in place of the tooth, along with payment for the pearly white. Be sure to indicate the quality of the tooth and brushing. If your child isn’t that great about brushing, make sure the Tooth Fairy makes it known. It might entice some better dental hygiene.

These printables add a little extra excitement to losing those baby teeth, other than the goofy smiles they leave behind. The new smiles are super funny, but a personalized receipt from the Tooth Fairy is pretty darn cool.

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Free Printable Dear Santa Letter

As we gear up for the holidays, you may already know what gifts would be good for your kids, but do you know what THEY want? Use this free printable Dear Santa letter and let your kids write their wish list to Santa (he wants to know too). You may be surprised at what they ask for!

Free Printable Dear Santa Letter | #DearSanta #ChristmasWishList #printable

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Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags

One of my favorite things about the holidays is seeing the joy on my kids faces on Christmas morning when they open all their gifts. Just last year I realized how important it is for the gifts to be labeled so my kids know exactly who they’re from. This way they know that no one forgot about them, including Santa. And now that my son is learning to read and recognizes his and his sister’s names, he can have a little more fun sorting the gifts himself.

Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags | #free #printable #gifttags

With that being said, I knew I’d need some gift tags and decided to create some myself. Most gift tags are on the smaller side and I wanted something a little larger. Something that would be easy to see on the gifts and had enough room to legibly write on.

And with that, I created these free printable holiday gift tags. I just know my kids will love them and all I have to do is print out a page or two.

Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags | #free #printable #gifttagsFree Printable Holiday Gift Tags | #free #printable #gifttags

*To print, click on the page you want and a 8.5″ x 11″ PDF file will open for easy printing.

Do you label your kids holiday gifts with gift tags?

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