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Get to know your students with these "all about me" fingerprints! Each student can showcase how unique and wonderful they are!Choose 1 of the 3 fingerprint templates. (loop, whorl, arch). Students write about themselves on the lines of the fingerprint.This is perfect for the first week of school. T
Whodunnit? This immersive mascot mystery requires a few microscopes and a scientific eye as students view various residues while they act like detectives and try to determine who the culprit is! This lab is easy to implement using household items such as garlic powder, salt, baby powder, sugar, sand
Each group is given a long paper strip of DNA, a 3-page story of the missing necklace and directions on how to fingerprint and sequence their DNA. Scissors act as the restriction enzyme, cutting the DNA between every GGCC into varied length segments. As the segments are pasted into the correspondi
These human body systems posters were created as a review and anchor for the following systems: The Skeletal System The Muscular System The Digestive System The Circulatory System The Respiratory System The Nervous System The Urinary System Each poster contains a brief summary of the systems functi
Engage your students in a murder mystery game in the classroom or virtually!I use this lesson before starting my mystery unit and the students love it. They enjoy taking on the roles of the characters, and they enjoy the competition and challenge of trying to find the assailant. *I say assailant bec
CSI Forensic Science - Be a detective and use science to figure out who stole the jewels from the town hall. Print Version + Boom Card Version + Google Slide Version!This pack now includes a print version a google classroom & a BOOM card version for distance learning with your students! With the
Students use forensic evidence, teamwork, and critical thinking to solve this CSI Crime scene escape room. In the activities, students analyze 4 different pieces of evidence (fingerprints, shoe prints, unknown powder, and pen samples) and keep track of evidence and suspects. They use their power o
{ Forensic Science Crime Scene Analysis Physical Science Stations Forensic Science Project } Hook your students into science by investigating a crime scene and solving The Case of the Vandalized Wall. Someone has vandalized the school wall and lots of evidence has been left at the scene. It appe
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4th - 8th
An exciting mini-inquiry science lab! Teach and reinforce good observation and inference skills in this fun easy to prep activity. Your students will love solving the mystery of the broken pencils! Perfect for forensic units, inquiry units, the beginning of the school year.This is an exciting min
This high school biology mini-unit is designed to be a basic introduction to three essential biotechnology tools: PCR, Restriction Enzymes, and gel electrophoresis. Great for teachers with no access to do biotech activities or labs in class! These three tools are so important in the biotech indust
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9th - 12th
In this activity, students will answer 12 questions regarding genetics and heredity. Once finished, they will use the answers to color the corresponding parts of a fun DNA coloring page. And best of all, the questions are editable! You can change the wording or create different questions to match yo
This photocopy master contains simple, yet fun, hands-on introductory forensic activities. Tasks may require simple science materials that are readily available in most homes and school science resource centres. Sections focus on examining lip prints, fingerprints, teeth prints, blood drops, DNA, ha
Grades:
5th - 7th
Please make sure you always have the most recent version of my products, I update my products all the time! I am a science teacher who is still in the classroom and every time I use one of my lesson plans, I think of new things to add! Please make sure you always have my latest version. Here’s how:
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2nd - 3rd
This DNA Fingerprinting Simulated Crime Scene Activity is a great way to begin your unit on the structure, function and processes of DNA in order to elicit student interest in learning about the DNA molecule! I introduce this crime scene situation on the first day of studying DNA then do a series of
Your purchase includes 57 PowerPoint slides, in both .ppt and .pdf format.The Blood and Blood Spatter PowerPoint Presentation covers the following topics:• History of Blood• Study of Blood• Composition of Blood• Blood Types• Unique Blood Proteins• Antigen-Antibody Response• What is Blood Spatter?• H
This is a bundle of 12 chapters of Forensic Science Notes Handouts. Each chapter has a student version with fill in the blank spaces and a teacher version with the answers filled in. Some of the notes are followed by short activities for students to complete with a partner.Comes in both PDF and edit
This product includes an Introduction to Forensic Science PowerPoint with 57 slides, in both .pptx and .pdf formats. The Presentation also includes links to videos and video clips to help explain some of the topics in more detail.Intro to Forensic Science PowerPoint covers:• What is Forensics?• Subj
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
Your purchase includes 33 PowerPoint slides, in both .ppt and .pdf format.The Fingerprints PowerPoint Presentation covers the following topics:• Formation of Fingerprints• Fingerprint patterns (Arch, Loop, Whorl and types of each)• Minutiae and Minutiae Patterns• Matching Fingerprints• Ridge Count•
Students will become detectives and investigate their fingerprints while learning about the scientific method! This STEM fingerprint science experiment will cover the three types of fingerprints and super fun facts about fingerprints in humans and animals. This is an easy science experiment that wor
The Crime Scene PowerPoint includes 48 PowerPoint slides, in both an editable .ppt and .pdf format, and covers the following topics:• Locard Exchange Principle• Direct vs. Circumstantial Evidence• Physical, Biological, and Trace Evidence• Class vs. Individual Evidence• Importance of Evidence• Crime
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
The beloved science teacher at JKF Middle School has been found dead in her classroom and YOUR Junior Crime Detectives are on the case.Using their skills critical thinking skills, deductive reasoning, and team work, the Junior Crime Detectives work in partnerships or teams to solve the murder myster
This is a great first lab to do with Forensic Science students, and can be used all throughout the semester. This bundle includes: • 6-page Crime Scene Lab Report for students to fill out as they document the crime scene. • 3-page document with directions for the teacher on how to set up a crime sc
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Grades:
9th - 12th
There has been a murder the old historic hotel in downtown. The concierge has been found dead in the basement elevator. Your detective team has been assigned to the case. Can you solve the murder?Click here to save 20% on our TRIO Murder Mystery BundleUsing their skills critical thinking skills, ded
High school students love learning about diseases through anatomy case studies! This is a great addition to an Anatomy & Physiology, Health Sciences, or Medical Pathology course and the problem-based lessons provide a great example of real NGSS phenomena. Case studies are perfect for extending t
Grades:
10th - 12th

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