The Tooth Fairy Came! Free Printable Tooth Fairy Receipts in Spanish and English

e-loses-first-tooth-jpgThe tooth fairy came last week! I knew the day was coming because the "big boy" tooth was already pushing its way out of my kiddo's gum. I wanted to do something nice for him and make sure the Tooth Fairy came because the Tooth Fairy, nor its Spanish-language counterpart "Ratoncito Perez" came to our house when we were little -- (neither did the Easter Bunny but that's OK). I created some Free Printable Tooth Fairy Receipts in Spanish and English for other parents who wanted to add a special little touch to the Tooth Fairy's visit. tooth-fairy-receipts-in-english-and-spanish Since we speak Spanish at home, I wanted to introduce the concept of the Tooth Fairy in Spanish, and I decided I didn't want to do "Ratoncito Perez" for a few reasons: first, I don't like the idea of saying a little mouse came to our house. Second, I didn't want to confuse him by saying it's the little mouse, when all his friends were talking about the Tooth Fairy. I just wanted to translate what my son had heard about from his friends, the Tooth Fairy. So I translated the name to Spanish-- la Hada de los Dientes. Here is a free printable receipt you can print and use when the Tooth Fairy comes to visit!

Free Printable Tooth Fairy Receipts in Spanish and English

tooth-fairy-receipt recibo-de-dientes-hada-de-dientes But for you mamas who are welcoming Ratoncito Pérez into your homes, I've got something for you too! recibo-de-dientes-ratoncito-perez Check out my Pinterest Board for more ideas if you're raising bilingual kids!
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