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Look: Principal Writes Tooth Fairy

A first-grader in Wisconsin lost a tooth at recess last week but couldn't find it, and was worried the Tooth Fairy wouldn't come. So his principal wrote the Tooth Fairy a letter vouching for him, and it worked. The tooth fairy left a whole DOLLAR.
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The Things That Affect How Much The Tooth Fairy Pays Out

How does the Tooth Fairy decide what a tooth is worth? Here are the top five things she looks at, in order... 1. How much spare cash the "Tooth Fairy" has on hand. It's the top thing that affects how much kids get per tooth. 2. The child's age. If they're older, they might get a little more. 3. How...
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What The Tooth Fairy Pays Per Tooth Today

The Tooth Fairy's payouts continue to slip year-by-year. The national average per tooth is now $3.70, down 43 cents from last year. Kids in the western U.S. get a little more at $4.13 per tooth. Kids in the Midwest get the least at just $2.97. Click Here to see more.
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Politically Correct Fairy Tales

Fairy tales were written in a time when things were VERY different. And that's leading to a very "2018" trend. According to a new survey, a quarter of parents say they change parts of those classic stories when they tell them to their kids because they're too scary, they send a bad message, or they...
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Local Kid Confronts Tooth Fairy

(WARNING... Spoiler for kids!!!) There's a nine-year-old kid named Armaan Ahmad in St. Louis. And he recently came up with a controversial theory: The Tooth Fairy isn't real. So he came up with a plan to test his theory. When he lost a tooth, he hid it under his pillow but didn't tell anyone. After...
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What The Tooth Fairy Pays

The Tooth Fairy paid an average of $4.13 per tooth last year, down 11% from 2016. Kids in the western half of the U.S. did the best at $4.85 a tooth, followed by the Northeast, $4.35 . . . the South, $4.12 . . . and the Midwest, just $3.44. Click Here to see more.
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