Dreamland Tooth Fairy Fort Review (Slane Van Dine)

Dreamland Tooth Fairy Fort
What It Is

A visit from the Tooth Fairy is exciting and creative with the Dreamland Tooth Fairy Fort. This kit lets kids decorate their own fort and tooth chest for when the Tooth Fairy comes to collect their lost teeth. Use paint, pom poms, felt leaves, and pipe cleaners to decorate a wooden tooth fairy fort just like the one in the included storybook, Dreamland Tooth Fairy Book.

In the book, kids are introduced to Toozle, a tooth fairy who must learn how to retrieve a lost tooth without getting caught by a sleeping child. Luckily, the child creates a special hiding spot for the tooth (not underneath a pillow) that makes it very easy for the fairy to grab the tooth and leave behind a prize.

Is It Fun?

Creative kids will have fun decorating their own little fort however they want using the supplies included in this kit. It will be a fun way to introduce the concept of the Tooth Fairy to young kids and get them excited about losing their baby teeth. Even if they don't have any lost teeth to leave for the Tooth Fairy, they'll still like keeping their fort out on display and using it for imaginative play during the day.

Who It’s For

The Dreamland Tooth Fairy Fort is for ages 4 and up. It will be a fun and creative way to get kids excited about a visit from the Tooth Fairy.

What To Be Aware Of

The kit includes a wooden tree fort, a wooden tooth chest, a storybook, "create-your-own tree branches" craft supplies, paints, and a paintbrush.

  • Fun to Make?

  • Finished Project

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy