Cowlick! by Christin DitchfieldHa ha! A funny story behind what happens to the little boys hair in the night. I enjoyed the rhyming and the illustrations. And this would be really good with toddlers, only I tend to get the younger end (some of them pre-toddlers!) and wonder how theyll do with the length. Its worth a try though!
5/18/10 & 5/20/10 The length was fine for the toddlers. As long as there were parents to do the actions with them (which we had with the Tue. group and not so much with the Thu. group), it worked well.
5/18/10 & 5/20/10 The preschool group enjoyed this one a lot. It was a good opener and they liked seeing what would happen. Funny how much the what has happened pages get reactions--didnt they see it coming? Maybe not. But the kids and adults both enjoyed it.
3/10/11 Both toddler groups liked the pictures with this one. The larger size of a group did not detract from the story. The first groups parents were involved with the children, the second groups not as much. But parents of both seemed to enjoy it, too. I know the toddlers dont quite get the cowlick hair part, but they love the cow part. And it was a good addition for an On the Farm theme.
1/29/14: Were going to write off most of the failures from today to the little girl who would NOT sit down. Almost every single page span I had to ask her to sit down. For every. single. book. Argh. I think the kids who were behaving liked it. It was hard to tell.
10/5/16 & 10/6/16: Used in toddler Cows theme. The unexpectedly smaller Wed. group really liked it. The Thu. group didnt seem to catch on as much, but they liked the hair at the end, so success either way.
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Hair cowlick tips: 7 ways to fight the battle (and win)
This rings especially true when it comes to cowlicks, those stubborn parts of your hair that grow opposite to the rest of your strands. In lieu of going rogue and tacking minutes onto our hair routines, we polled four pro-stylists for their expert ways to calm cowlicks. There may not be a foolproof way to eliminate cowlicks, but you can trick the unruly hair. Corey Tuttle, Honey Artists hairstylist says to start off by blow-drying your hair in the direction of the cowlick, and after several seconds, switch to drying in the other direction. A round brush will make it easy to hold and pull the hair in both directions, and a diffuser on a low setting will work well on curls.
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You may not even know the official term for it, but a cowlick is that annoying, frustrating, stubborn part of your hair that grows in a different direction than the rest, and thus, bugs the heck out of you. Sound familiar? And, if you're like us, you often grapple with the most effective way to pacify said cowlick trying everything from gel to water to hair spray. All, of course, to no avail. But here's what makes cowlicks so tricky; often located at the front of the hair, the crown, or the back, strands refuse to lay flat and poke out in a way that makes them hard to ignore but also in a way that makes styling the rest of your tricky as well. Luckily for us, however, we decided to ask a professional—aka celebrity hairstylist Bobby Eliot —what to do once and for all. And interestingly enough, all it takes is one simple styling trick.