"What's the going rate for a tooth in America? Use the Tooth Fairy Calculator from Practical Money Skills for Life to determine what the Tooth Fairy leaves under your child's pillow by entering information like gender, education, state, age, family size, marital status and household income. The app also shows how inflation affects the amount, and compares what children are receiving now versus what they received decades ago. The data is based on a 2015 nationwide survey.
Features include photo sharing capability and fun photo filters in the Tooth Booth and personalized emails to send to your child from the Tooth Fairy. The app is available for download now on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It is also available online at the Practical Money Skills website.
This app does not collect personal information."
- Updated to support new iOS version
- Bug Fixes
Ratings and Reviews
My son just lost his first tooth and I was curious what was a fair amount for the first tooth and stumbled upon this app. It suggested a reasonable amount but wouldn't let me send the "tooth fairy" email, even on my phone, kept saying no connection so I deleted it, it ticked me off with that.
Fun, easy to use app
I really like this app. It is fun and easy to use and really does help guide parents on how much to give when their kid loses a tooth. My only suggestion would be to add a category to select the age of the kid. The amount given to a 5 year old is usually different that the amount given to a 10 year old.
Cute app that could get even better
Cute app. Would like to see a log to use to keep track of teeth lost per kid & money given. Sometimes I forget how much I gave for the last tooth. ;) although my kids think the tooth fairy is "cheap" I'm glad to see "she" pays more than average at my house.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.