Caillou And The Tooth Fairy
CAILLOU: Mommy! Sarah’s here!
SARAH: Whee! Look, Caillou! I can go really high!
CAILLOU: Sarah! Look at me! Pass me the shovel Sarah. Sarah? What are you doing?
CAILLOU: Why is your tooth all wiggly?
SARAH: My baby teeth are falling out because I’m a big girl now. I’m gonna put it under my pillow. Then the tooth fairy will come at night and leave me a present!
STORYTELLER: Caillou had never heard of the tooth fairy before.
SARAH: It’s a magical fairy that comes when you’re asleep. She looks under your pillow to see if there’s a tooth and if she finds one, she leaves you presents and sometimes money too!
STORYTELLER: Caillou wished that he had a tooth to leave under his pillow for the tooth fairy.
GRANDPA: Here’s your juice Rosie. Now eat your snack Caillou, then we can go outside and play until Mommy and Daddy get home. It looks like you just lost a tooth Caillou!
CAILLOU: Really? (Giggles)
GRANDPA: I’m missing a tooth too! This one right here isn’t real. It comes out every night!
CAILLOU: Do you put it under your pillow for the tooth fairy?
GRANDPA: Gosh no, I don’t want the tooth fairy to take this tooth away!
MOM: Hi! We’re home!
CAILLOU: Mommy! Daddy! I want to get presents from the tooth fairy-just like Sarah!
MOM: You have to wait until you lose one of your teeth before you can get a visit from the tooth fairy sweetie.
CAILLOU: Can I put Grandpa’s tooth under my pillow?
GRANDPA: I’m afraid I need my tooth and besides, I think the Tooth Fairy would know it was mine.
STORYTELLER: Caillou was discouraged. He really wanted the tooth fairy to come and pay him a visit. He thought maybe if he wiggled his teeth enough, they would loosen.
CAILLOU: Hey! This one’s woofe! Mommy! Daddy! Look my tooth is loose!
MOMMY: It seems just fine to me, Caillou. It’s not loose at all.
SARAH: Hi Caillou! Here. I took your shovel home by mistake!
CAILLOU: Wow Sarah! Your tooth is gone!
SARAH: Uh huh! Bye!
STORYTELLER: Caillou was upset that the tooth fairy wasn`t going to visit him. Unless...
CAILLOU: Hey! This looks just like a tooth!
STORYTELLER: Caillou was hoping the tooth fairy would mistake the pebble for a tooth and leave him a present.
DAD: Good night Caillou, did you brush your teeth?
CAILLOU: The tooth fairy’s gonna come tonight.
DAD: Hmmm? I don’t think you can fool the tooth fairy, but why don’t we leave it here and maybe she’ll come and visit you while you’re sleeping.
MOM: But she probably won’t leave you a present, is that okay?