This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tooth Fairy in a Box. All opinions are 100% mine.
I know I am not the only one who struggles to get their kid to brush their teeth twice a day. Not only do I have to remind my daughter constantly, but I am also always struggling to teach her how long she should brush her teeth for.
A few weeks ago we received Tooth Fairy in a Box in the mail and so far, it has been the biggest motivating factor for my daughter!
What is Tooth Fairy in a Box?
Tooth Fairy in a Box helps parents teach better brushing techniques and habits to their kids. The box is jam packed with resources that make brushing fun and motivating for kids!
You start by reading “The Littlest Tooth Fairy” which is a book provided in the box that explains what the Tooth Fairy is and how the Tooth Fairy is going to visit and leave your kiddos a surprise.
Then, that night while the kids are sleeping, you leave the brushing chart, electric toothbrush, and toothpaste somewhere where they can be surprised in the morning!
From there, your child can earn stickers to place on the brushing chart for healthy eating and brushing twice daily. This is a 30 day chart that has “milestones” along the way where you can reward your child with a larger sticker or a special surprise for doing so well!
When your child loses a tooth, there is a special tooth door hanger that your child can place their lost tooth in to leave for the Tooth Fairy. The box also comes with a special letter and envelope so that the Tooth Fairy can leave a special note for your child after they lose their tooth!
What Comes in the Box?
The box costs $34.99 (for now) which is a STEAL considering the electric toothbrush and toothpaste cost about $35 alone. This is what the box contains:
- The Littlest Tooth Fairy Book
- Brushing Chart + Stickers
- Tooth Holder Door Hanger
- Tooth Fairy Letter + Envelope
- Selfie Photo Frame
- Parent’s Guide to Becoming an Award-Winning Tooth Fairy
- Oral-B Kids Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush
- Kid’s Crest Strawberry Rush Toothpaste (Brush & paste have a $35 retail value)
If your child does well with positive reinforcements and goals this is perfect for them. My daughter has been reminding me that she needs to brush her teeth just so she can use her new cool electric toothbrush and sticker chart.