A fascinating exploration of the science of criminal investigation!
Crime Scene Detective
Using pop beads and other reusable manipulatives, your students will assemble DNA strands and use them in various inquiry-based scenarios to learn about DNA fingerprinting and its application to forensics.
Students become junior detectives while using their crime-solving skills to investigate the mysteries surrounding a fictitious crime scenario.
Heavy-duty manila envelopes are printed to accommodate all of the necessary evidence collection information to ensure proper handling, documentation and storage.
Used to seal evidence to assure its integrity, this tape's high-tack adhesive is virtually impossible to remove without destroying it.
Detailed overview of the standard patterns of fingerprints as well as how ridgeline details are used to determine an identical match.
Using fingerprints lifted from a fictional crime scene, your students become forensic scientists and learn the proper techniques to make, observe, analyze and classify fingerprints according to the FBI's actual classification system.
Your classroom will become a teeming crime scene with students "lifting" and analyzing fingerprints, following trails of evidence and learning about forensic science through the application of scientific principles.
Science Sleuths: 60 Forensic Activities (Grades 4-8)
Students perform ABO and Rh typing on a crime scene bloodstain and on samples from the victim and suspects.
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