These tooth fairy coloring pages are fantastic ways to help your kids enjoy fun activities.
With five different styles of coloring pages to choose from, your students can easily color and customize these free printables with tooth fairy themes.
I'm sharing creative ideas and tips for boosting the creativity and fun with these tooth fairy printables.
So, find out more and go ahead and get your set today!
Take Your Tooth Fairy Fun to the Next Level!
Looking for super simple and creative ways to enjoy tooth fairy fun with your kids?
These free printable tooth fairy coloring pages are excellent additions to your learning fun!
Xman (my youngest) has lately been losing tooth after tooth. And I'm doing my best to make it special for him.
He's the caboose around here - youngest of 5 boys. I look for easy and creative ways to celebrate his special moments, just like I did for his big brothers 😉
It was so exciting when each of my boys lost their first tooth. As the baby teeth keep coming out, I wanted a fun activity with different coloring pages for him to enjoy.
After sharing our free tooth fairy printables kit, I realized that I wanted even more cool activities to enjoy and share with him - and with you and your kids!
Learn More About These Tooth Fairy Coloring Pages
All the pages are in black-and-white and have decorative frames for extra coloring fun.
These themes you'll find in this free pack are:
- Tooth Fairy with wings hugging a tooth with stars in background
- Tooth with bow, toothpaste tube, and toothbrush with toothpaste
- Toothbrush with toothpaste, tooth, smiling boy, and smiling girl
- Magic wand with star and smiling tooth wearing a crown
- Tooth Fairy with wings and holding a tooth and star
Creative Ways to Make and Enjoy These Free Coloring Pages
Oh my stars! You can have so much fun with these coloring pages!
You can print out these pages on regular white printer paper. If you'd like to use these tooth fairy coloring pages as posters or decorations, I recommend that you print on white cardstock.
Make sure to have your coloring tools collection ready. My boys and I love using:
- Color pencils
- Fine-tip markers
- Kwik Stix (the metallic ones are awesome for giving a shimmery effect!)
We find it relaxing to play soothing music in the background as we color. If we need an energy boost, we'll put on some fun music to get us boing.
Your students can use the back of these printable pages to add extra drawings. Older kids can use print or cursive to write out words related to the tooth fairy.
You can hang up the finished pages as part of your educational activity, too.
Resources for Terrific Tooth Fairy Fun
Easily extend the fun with these tooth fairy activities! Use books, games, videos, and cool accessories to pump up the excitement.
Tooth Fairy's Night (Step into Reading)The Night Before the Tooth FairyThe Berenstain Bears and the Tooth FairyHow to Catch the Tooth FairyTooth Fairy Coins Reward Commemorative Coin Collection Experience Gift for Lost Teeth Kids(6pcs)
Get Your Free Printable Tooth Fairy Coloring Pages
Awesome! I just know that your children are going to have a blast with these tooth fairy activities.
I encourage you to print out as many of these coloring pages as you need to enjoy for personal use (non-commercial use) in your home, classroom, library, and dentist office. If you know someone who likes to provide their kids with these types of fun activities, please share this post!
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So many ways to have fun with tooth fairies! How do you enjoy tooth fairy fun with your kids? Please share your ideas in the comments area below!