What would you like to do?
Where does the tooth fairy get the money she leaves?
The tooth fairy is real and she does exist. She comes when you are sleeping, she takes your tooth, gives you money. Parents do NOT trick you and put money under there just… for fun. Tooth fairy actually comes, lifts up your pillow, and gives you money, takes your tooth, and goes back to Fairyland.But it is not only money that she give it to you and it also can be anything but if you want something else other than money you can write a letter and explain why you wants. (: Hope that helped!! enjoy! and also tooth fairy are real!! :)
What I think is that the bank in Fairyland gives her the money so that she won't run out of money to give the little boys and girls.
When you lose a tooth, write a note to the tooth fairy and put it under your pillow or with your tooth. By morning, your tooth will be gone, money or a little gift could be th…ere instead , and your note will answered! (that's if you asked a question)
They take your tooth and give you money... as far as what they do with the teeth themselves, may forever remain a mystery.
....Yes, yes she will. XD .....Well she is not taking mine !
Because you did not put it in the propper place under your pillow! try again and ask your parents to call the tooth fairy so she knows you have lost a tooth! Good Luck!
Depends on the tooth.
The tooth fairy is the concept of a fairy which gives a child a gift in exchange for a tooth that has come out. A child typically leaves the tooth under their pillow for t…he fairy to take while they sleep. The tooth fairy then adds the tooth to a special part of her all-white tooth castle in the sky. The myth in this form is practised in the US, Ireland, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Portugal and the UK.
My child wants to keep her tooth and leave a note for the tooth fairy. Should the tooth fairy leave her money?
Yes, of course, that is the whole purpose. Well, the "Tooth Fairy's" job is to take the tooth from under the pillow and leave a gift, it can be money or whatever she woul…d choose to leave. If the TOOTH isn't there for her to pick up it elimates her job and the story is incomplete. She isn't called the note fairy, or the "iou" fairy, after all! I'd explain to her that, I didn't think it would work, that it is like she is trying to trick the Tooth Fairy, she knows the tooth came out and is waiting for the tooth. But if she still wanted to try I'd let her, but the Tooth Fairy wouldn't be acting like the note fairy, she'd be offended and not take the note. Maybe even leave one of her own, asking for the tooth. Then I'd encourage her to leave the tooth the next night and the Tooth Fairy would be happy to leave a gift, maybe with a note saying it's not nice to try and fool the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy can leave more than just money, he can leave a note or a small gift. The Tooth Fairy really needs teeth for his castle, so that is why he takes every single tooth.
Aha, no, the tooth fairy is as real as Santa; only lives in the hearts of young children.
The tooth fairy is your parents
The tooth fairy collects teeth and in return,gives one money.
In Tooth Fairy
Your guardian or guardian angel depending on your beliefs serves in that role as part of their duties if they feel it's warranted.
No sorry. I have tried that before when I was little. The tooth fairy knows when you actually lose your tooth, like how Santa knows when you're good or bad.
In Tooth Fairy
I think the tooth fairy is not real and its just your parents but if it is real then it might be a god or something and gods know everything.
Answer: well she is not short and not small. so she might be if you think.
Leave a note on the door, saying: "Dear Tooth Fairy, i have left a tooth under my pillow, please, take it"