Use Velcro dots to encourage tactual skills and reading left to right tracking. Have students place Velcro buttons on the dots. Bind together on top or side like a book. Visit pinterest.com/wonderbabyorg for more early literacy pins!
1. This style is so easy, it's laughable. Day-old hair is best (which is true for most hairstyles, since it's easier to work with hair that has a little dirt in it).
2. Divide your hair into three equal parts and quickly spray each section with a little hairspray to help give it hold. Let the hairspray set for a couple seconds, and then lightly comb it out.
3. Take the section on your right side, and twist your hair all the way down to the end. You want to twist counter-clockwise, toward your face. Wrap the right section in on itself, just like you're making a little bun. Let some of the hair stick out, it's ok (you don't want them to look like Princess Leia buns).
4. Pin the right bun in place. I like to use these mini bobby pins, since they're easier to hide and they're coated in rubber so they hold your hair better.
5. Next, twist the middle section clockwise and pin. Then twist the left section clockwise and pin.
6. Spray the three buns with a little more hairspray, and you're done!
Free your hair from the flat iron. Create a smooth look with jumbo hair rollers, Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner, Suave Professionals Luxe Style Infusion Smoothing Anti-Humidity Hairspray, and this hair tutorial. Step 1: Wash your hair and air-dry. Step 2: Brush hair and roll 1-inch sections into jumbo velcro rollers. Allow hair to dry completely inside the rollers. Step 3: Remove the rollers and spray an anti-humidity product to fight frizz.