Drumond Park The Magic Tooth Fairy Game Review & Giveaway

We have been trying out another great children’s game from Drumond Park. This time it is the Magic Tooth Fairy. As usual one lucky In The Playroom reader will have the chance to win a copy of the game for their family.

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The Magic Tooth Fairy Game is really unique and different from any games that I’ve seen and is a great idea for children of 5+ who will be experiencing their own teeth falling out soon, to help them not to worry about losing their teeth. Mr Z is 6 next month and has not yet lost any teeth, although plenty of his class mates have so the tooth fairy is something that is very much on his radar as he hears of his class mates earning money for their teeth. He was really excited to try out the game and loved the idea of winning gold coins!

Drumond Park The Magic Tooth Fairy Game

The game comes with a fold out board and a special bed which you place in the centre. The spinner is part of this bed, and it has a special mechanism for placing teeth under the pillow then turning them into gold coins with the magic wand, which Mr Z found pretty impressive.

Players move their counter around the board spinning to see whether they loose a tooth, and then whether they can put it under the pillow for the tooth fairy.

drumond park the magic tooth fairy game

The board and all the character pieces are very brightly coloured and appealing in a cartoon-ish style. There is room for 2 to 4 players to join in the game at once.

Drumond Park the Magic Tooth Fairy Game

As the game is for 5+, Mr Z enjoyed playing it with me after his younger brothers had gone to bed. I do feel this age rating is realistic and the game may be a little tricky for children under 5 as there are a few rules to remember. This will depend on the child and their abilities though.

Mr Z wanted to play this game again straight away as soon as we finished, and he is always keen to keep playing with it. It really kept him entertained and was just perfect for his level at 5 years old.

Playing the Magic Tooth Fairy Game

The concept of the game may sound a little bit unusual at first when you see the giant mouths and teeth, but it really works well for this age group and if you have a child with some anxiety about losing their teeth I think it could help. Mr Z is not too worried about losing his, because he is looking forward to reaping the financial rewards! 😉

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129 thoughts on “Drumond Park The Magic Tooth Fairy Game Review & Giveaway”

  1. Nothing, being a Grandma, I give them a big hug, wrap the tooth in magic tissue and give it to mummy or daddy to take home with them so the fairy knows where to find it!

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  2. when my children were little the going rate was 50p……………yes l’m that old!!! l don’t know what the current should be

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  3. We gave not got to the wobbly teeth stage yet. I would buy a big present fir the first one. Then probably £2 each time after that.

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  4. £1 per tooth. I think he got £1.50 once when it was a big tooth. He hasn’t spent any of it though.

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  5. well it was £1 a tooth… somehow its managed to go up to £2, the poor tooth fairy will need a loan at this rate, i have 5 children 😀

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  6. Always a £2 coin. Not the brightest idea on the tooth fairy’s part, as it’s not a coin that is always in her purse, but it is nice to give something that is big in a childs hand

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  7. We’re yet to Lose any yet, but I was going to go for a silver coin as my mum did, so probably 50p, although their cousin got £20 for her first so will feel a little tight x

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  8. we haven’t lost a tooth yet and was thinking 50p but after reading these post may have to up to £1

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  9. my little girls teeth havnt fallen out yet, though she has just got 2 wobbly teeth recently. The tooth fairy will leave her £1 for each tooth providing her bedroom is tidy when the tooth fairy visits x

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  10. Urgh! the tooth fairy is something I’m dreading! It will probably be about £10 by the time my son starts losing teeth! I got 50p a tooth when I was little. I might try and do something other than money, will have to wait and see x

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  11. I have been giving a £1 a tooth – if I’d worked out how much it was going to cost by the time all 3 kids have lost all of theirs it would have been 20p a tooth!!!!!!!

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  12. My little one has yet to lose a tooth but I don’t think I would make it a set amount really because I might not have the right change on a day he’s lost a tooth and then I’d feel bad for giving him the “wrong” amount. I think Anything from £1 – £3 would probably be the amount he does get though.

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  13. The Tooth Fairy hasn’t visited our house yet, but when she does I’m told she’ll leave £2 per tooth.

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  14. When my boys were younger it was £1 per tooth, My daughter has yet to experience the tooth fairy, yet I should imagine it will be £2 per tooth

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  15. It depends how much change the fairy has lol. My daughters tooth came out last week and the fairy left her £1.50 x

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  16. No toothfairy in our house yet, but as a school teacher I hear the going rate is about £2, but £5 if its a back tooth!?

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