The tradition when a child looses a tooth leaving it under the pillow is practiced in many countries throughout the world. It is very common in the United States and many parents even make a deal with the Tooth Fairy to keep their child’s teeth as a memento.
More people believe in the existence of the Tooth Fairy than Santa Clause or the Easter Bunny. Most people thing the tooth fairy is female but in reality no one really knows what the Tooth Fairy looks like. Most people though do associate it with a Tinker Bell- type miniature fairy figure. There are many related myths in other countries when a child loses a tooth, such as throwing it onto the roof if it was a lower tooth or putting it beneath the floor if it was an upper tooth. Many parents also leave some glitter or “fairy dust” after the tooth fairy has done their job.
A 2013 national survey done by ABC NEWS showed that the average left for a tooth currently is $2.42. So no matter how you want to look at it, it seems like the Tooth Fairy is always new by!
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