I think anytime you can add a prop or a treasure to a lesson, it makes it so much more concrete for your students. This is one of my “oldie but goody” favorites I dug out from my “archives.” (Also known as the thirty some tubs of teaching materials I have stacked in my garage!!!)
Cheap and easy, this one starts with a white paper bag. These I got for FREE from a local restaurant.
It is bigger than a regular lunch sack, about 6″ wide 4-1/2″ deep.
Next, pop it open and continue the hairline around to the sides, dipping down a bit in the back. Cut out your hairline, leaving the back side full.
Cut the back into fringe-like pieces. This will be the back side of your hair. I add a black or navy ribbon,
‘cuz that is how George would have rocked it. Shape the wig by poking in the corners and rounding off the top.