What’s the Going Rate for the Tooth Fairy?

What’s the Going Rate for the Tooth Fairy?

Grace was younger than most when she lost her first tooth due to an accident at nursery. She was poorly and laying down when another child jumped around and landed on her face. She was just 3 at the time. Of course, this meant a visit to the dentist – which I was concerned would put her off – and an early visit from the tooth fairy.

Thankfully, the dentist went well and, as I explained to Grace at the time, her tooth was very precious as it was much smaller than most children who lost their teeth. To prove this, the tooth fairy left her £1.50! Since then, however, it has been reduced to our home’s standard rate of £1.

SunLife have recently created an interesting infographic on the tooth fairy and how much children from different areas of the UK. What is the going rate for your tooth fairy? 

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