Be a Tooth Fairy Hero with Tom’s of Maine (Giveaway)

Taking care of your teeth and your child’s teeth is super important. Of course you have to set a good example right?
Right now Tom’s of Maine has a cool contest going on “Be a Tooth Fairy Hero” art project. This is part of their annual Dental Health for All charitable giving program. They are inviting children to break out their crayons and creativity to draw an artistic interpretation of the beloved Tooth Fairy to help smiles in need. Or if they are not that creative they do have a coloring sheeting you can download and color.


You can enter your child/children’s drawing of the Tooth Fairy into the national drawing at We download the coloring sheet provided, although my daughter may try her hand at the tooth fairy. Ten entries will be randomly selected, awarding a $10,000 donation on each winner’s behalf to a dental clinic in your state, plus toothpaste for your child’s entire school.

This is a such simple and easy way to help raise awareness about the need for access to dental care and even a chance to talk to your kids about the importance of good oral care habits. You could even get your child’s class involved. What a fun class project!

The last day to enter is March 15, 2013

This year marks 10 years of the Tom’s of Maine Dental Health for All program and $1 million donated to community dental clinics nationwide, dedicated to providing more families with regular screenings and check-ups. To date, the company’s funding has helped make more than 200,000 additional patient visits possible.


We received the two of Tom’s of Maine products: The Silly Strawberry Toothpaste and the Juicy Mint Mouthwash.


 Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry Toothpaste

The Silly Strawberry Toothpaste is all natural with no artificial flavors, dyes, sweeteners…or sparkles. It does contain natural ingredient including real strawberries! It’s made for children ages 2-6 and come fluoride free if you choose. Plus it’s the first kid’s toothpaste to receive the  American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance.


Tom’s of Maine Juicy Mint Mouthwash

The Juicy Mint Mouthwash is made for children ages 2-6 with mild fruit flavors and just a hint of mint. Again with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. The plastic bottles can be recycled through TerraCycle too!


Want to try the Silly Strawberry Toothpaste? One Mommy Has to Work will win a tube of Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry Toothpaste! See details below.
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This review was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own. All prizing for MSM giveaways is handled by a third party unless otherwise noted. For this reason prize fulfillment can take up to 90 days after the winners information is received. 


I'm a mother of 2 who likes to get involved in too much! Besides writing here I started a non-profit, I'm on the PTO board, very active in my community and volunteer in the school. I enjoy music, reading, cooking, traveling and spending time with my family. We just adopted our 3rd cat and love them all!

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  1. My daughters are older….but I know my nieces and nephew are excited for their first visit!

  2. Tabitha P. says:

    my dd is hoping to lose tooth number 2 soon!

  3. they are excited about the tooth fairy visit

  4. My girls always are!

  5. My kids are always excited.

  6. Jennifer T. says:

    My daughter is looking forward to her first visit from the tooth fairy.

  7. yes, my son is

  8. We haven’t reached that stage yet.

  9. Oh yes! My oldest left her a hand written letter. My youngest is only 4, so he has a little time before she comes to see him.

  10. Yes, they love the money

  11. My daughter has lost her bottom two teeth and loves to get a visit. That’s the same toothpaste we normally buy 🙂

  12. All my children love the Tooth Fairie! I’m wondering if I’m going to have to put Wisdom Teeth in a pillow? Hmm, wonder how much that will cost me???

  13. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Not yet they are 3 and 5

  14. Yes, my daughters like it when the tooth fairy makes a visit!

  15. Yes – my 9 year old is, but the 5 year olds haven’t really said much about it.

  16. my middle son wants the tooth fairy to visit him soon!

  17. Leanna Morris says:

    Not so much cause its the tooth fairy as because he/she leaves $!!!

  18. Blessie Nelson says:

    Not really…they don’t know about her 🙂

  19. Vicki Wurgler says:

    yes my grandson lost a tooth a week ago and was so excited

  20. Christine says:

    Yes, they are.
    Thanks for the chance!

  21. our grandson is just 4 so won’t get a visit from the tooth fairy for awhile

  22. My granddaughter is always excited!

  23. My daughter has already had two visits from the tooth fairy so my son can’t wait until it is his turn! I told him that the tooth fairy doesn’t come for rotten teeth so he still needs to brush!

  24. We love it when the Tooth Fairy visits!

  25. My son is so excited about the Tooth Fairy!

  26. My kids are too young..I tried explaining the tooth fair to them and they are confused. LOL

  27. No, not really; my daughter is kinda scared