Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tooth Fairy Coloring Pages

February 28 is National Tooth Fairy Day, a celebration of a favorite childhood visitor. This day is celebrated not once, but twice a year on February 28 August 22.

Tooth Fairy

Silly as it may seem to some, National Tooth Fairy Day is important day for people, especially children, to celebrate.

Losing baby teeth can be traumatic for children, but knowing that the Tooth Fairy will make a visit and leave a wonderful surprise in the morning, makes kids less fearful about loosing teeth.

Celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day by:
  1. * Teaching your children about the Tooth Fairy
  2. * Encourage children to brush and floss
  3. * Replacing an old, worn-out toothbrush with a new one
  4. * Reading books and coloring pictures of the Tooth Fairy
Tooth Fairy Coloring Pages for Kids:

Tooth Fairy Coloring - image #1

Tooth Fairy Coloring - image #1

Tooth Fairy surrounded by stars

Tooth Fairy with tooth and coin

Tooth Fairy with tooth

Tooth Fairy flying over child sleeping

Tooth Fairy with tooth crown

Tooth Fairy with tooth fairy coins

Tooth Fairy holding large tooth brush - image #1

Tooth Fairy holding large tooth brush - image #2

Tooth Fairy Image provided by: MyCuteGraphics

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