Tooth Fairy Time

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Bring your child in for some Tooth Fairy Time!

On select evenings, CVPD will host Tooth Fairy Time! Children, along with their families, are invited to attend these fun events to learn more about continuing a healthy dental lifestyle as well as exploring the Tooth Fairy booth & activities that we have on-site at CVPD.

 All parents/or guardians must remain at Cumberland Valley Pediatric Dentistry during the event. 

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When: Thursday, May 19th, 2022

What Time: 5:30- 7 PM

Where: Cumberland Valley Pediatric Dentistry 



Next Month: Join us on 6/2/22 with Simpson Public Library! 



CVPD and Challenge Island STEAM Workshop! 


Join us for Tooth Fairy Time on May 19, 2022 from 5:30-7pm with Challenge Island, Central PA. Visit “Loose Tooth Turnaround” on Cool Careers Island where the kids will explore all about the awesome career of a dentist through STEAM activities. Get ready to use your own dentist mirror to put all your imaginary patient’s teeth back in the right place!   

A little more about Challenge Island Central PA:

Mobile screen-free STEAM programs go wherever the participants are located – Summer Camps, schools, recreation centers, preschools, senior centers, birthday parties, and even workplaces.  With a major focus on project-based learning and 21st Century skills, there is more than just STEAM concepts in each engaging session no matter which island you are on! Challenge Island is Where Engineering Meets Imagination! 

Sign up today for this exciting, FREE event for kids!

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Past Tooth Fairy Events:

CVPD and Whitaker Center STEAM Event 4/ 28/22:

Whitaker on Wheels came to Cumberland Valley Pediatric Dentistry for Tooth Fairy Time. They brought their favorite activities for kids of all ages that will innovate and educate in different STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ARTS, and Math) concepts. 

The Oakes Museum of Natural History Present: “Teeth Structure & Skulls” 3/24/22

We learned about the teeth structure of North American mammals followed by some observation of cool mammal skulls, furs, and teeth.

Valentine’s Day STEAM Event 2/10/22

The Tooth Fairy herself shared some awesome activities for kids of all ages that innovated and educated in different STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ARTS, and Math) concepts. 

Knock Out Tooth Decay with West Shore Martial Arts event was held on 1/13/22

We “Knocked OUT Tooth Decay” with West Shore Academy of Martial Arts. This event included a demonstration of beginner martial arts moves from an academy instructor while learning about ways to remove plaque and keep teeth healthy and clean! Our very own Tooth Fairy will be perfecting her martial arts moves, too.

Holiday STEM Event held on December 9th, 2021

 Partnered with the Simpson Public Library, two hands-on projects were held that sparked kids ingenuity and creativity. We also drew fun prizes in a raffle, and EVERYONE took home a holiday-themed giveaway.


Turkey Time Event held on November 18th, 2021

Special guest & local artist Kelly Verber demonstrated how to draw a turkey using chalk! A chalk-themed raffle was held as well. 


~S P O O K Y~ edition of Tooth Fairy Tuesday held on October 12th 2021

Kids came dressed in their Halloween costumes or dressed up in our Tooth Fairy costumes. We read a story about Halloween, “dress up” a tooth as a group, and then children, along with their parents completed a “Dress up the Tooth” activity on their own. 

 The first Tooth Fairy Tuesday was held on September 14th, 2021: 

Dynamic storyteller Richard Skaare read his book: “Heronymus Heron Discovers His Shadow”.

As he presented the book, Richard taught the children many valuable lessons. One lesson focused on encouraging children to celebrate what makes them unique, treasure their relationships, and value differences. Richard also described the steps on how to create their own book! Children, along with their families, created stories while incorporating topics of their own, dental health, or the magic of the Tooth Fairy. 

Check out more about Richard Skaare and his book here: