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DNA Crime Lab!  Can you solve the case?
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
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Murder Mystery - Newton's Laws of Motion f=ma
Whodunnit? This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period. However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings. The mystery hinges on your students' ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the
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Project Based Learning: Solve a Mystery with Scientific Inquiry
Mystery Science: Solve a Mystery with Scientific Inquiry I was looking for a CSI unit to use with my third graders, but everything I found relating to CSI was at a middle school level so I created this unit. This is a science mystery unit where students use the concepts of the scientific method t
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Forensics Lab
This lab can be done in groups of 2, 3 or 4. It could also be done alone if need be. All that is needed are the lab papers. Students feels like forensic investigators as they look at the evidence from a crime scene like blood type, fingerprints, lip prints and DNA segments. No prior knowledge of
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Biotechnology PowerPoint--For Biology Students
✳★✳Teach your students about the four hottest topics in biotechnology: cloning, stem cells, DNA fingerprinting, and genetically modified foods!✳★✳ ------------------------------------------------ This PowerPoint is full of engaging pictures, student-friendly definitions and descriptions, an embedded
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Discover Fingerprints: A Science Center for Primary Grades
Discover Fingerprints in a fun, hands-on science center that is appropriate for students in the primary grades. Students are asked to use hand lenses to examine their fingerprints and those of a partners. Students will then lift their own fingerprints and compare and contrast them with partners. T
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Biotechnology Electrophoresis Simulation Bundle: 2 Mysteries
Bring biotechnology into the classroom without using expensive equipment. All you need is paper, scissors, and glue. This 9 page activity includes: Case I, The Mystery of the Missing Jewels and Case II The Mystery of the Missing Mona Lisa. These activities can be purchased separately or combined at
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Murder Mystery - Newton's Laws of Motion f=ma (Single Version of Case)
Whodunnit? This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period. However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings. The mystery hinges on your students ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the
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"Forensic Frenzy" - Forensic Science in the Classroom
The aim of this unit is to enable learners to use a variety of scientific processes to analyse evidence gathered from a crime scene. The fascination with crime and how science can be used to solve crimes continues to grow, and many learners are interested in the techniques that are used within the a
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Unsolved Crimes:Complete Series of 4 Cases
The Unsolved Crimes Series consists of the following cases: Deathboat, Slime 9, Curse of the Mummy, and Alien Invasion. Case Overviews: Slime 9: Professor Tarling developed Slime 9 as a means to protect his country from its neighboring enemies – a weapon of peace. Yet it could just as easily be
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Transcription and Translation Activity
For students to understand how transcription and translation occurs within the cell by using a DNA sequence to construct an imaginary organism known as the Laloolaloop. This item comes with an answer key for all 8 of the Laloolaloops. I made this assignment, because I needed a different organism f
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3rd-5th Reading Mysteries Bundle 15  Lessons & Forensic Science Experiments B2S
42 pages containing 15 complete lesson plans for you to discover all the fun of mysteries. Each lesson gives a purpose, objectives, time, and step by step instructions on how to implement. This unit is jam packed full of learning in technology, math, science, social studies, language arts, art, coop
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Fingerprint ID - 12 pairs of matching prints, enlarged
These are enlargements of 12 pairs of matching fingerprints that I have used in my forensics classes. The two prints in each pair is a separate impression of the same finger, and each of the 12 pairs are from different people. Working in groups of 2 or 3, students analyze their print by identify
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Mystery Powders Lab
The Mystery Powder Lab is used in my 9th grade physical science class as an introduction to the importance of understanding and being able to identify chemical and physical properties and chemical and physical changes. This lab is set up as a forensic, crime scene investigation where the students te
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DNA Replication Simulation using Pipe Cleaners
This simple activity can be done with partners or alone. The end product (shown in photo) is like catching DNA in the act of replication when it is half done. It works well when you have only one hour to do an activity and does not need the details you would need with other DNA building activities
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Police Center: Who Stole the Cookies
For this fun investigation center, the students have to use the clues left behind in the crime scene to figure out "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar". There are 8 suspects to choose from. You change the suspect and clues each time, which will keep your children eager and thinking throughou
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20 Square Crime Scene Basics Vocabulary Puzzle
This vocabulary puzzle is a great review on basic Crime Scene Investigation vocabulary, including types of evidence, terms for CSI specialists, and other important terminology relating to crime scene basics. I cut each page apart into 20 squares, mix them up, and place them in a snack size baggie f
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Forensic Shoe Print Lab
If your students are studying mysteries or forensic science, this is a great, easy lab for them to complete independently or in small groups. You need a few common materials which can be found in your classroom or pantry and then you are ready for a memorable activity in which the kids can make and
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Forensic Anthropology Jigsaw Activity
This is a jigsaw activity, where the teacher will choose 4-5 related articles about forensic anthropology (links to potential articles included) for students to read, discuss, analyze and summarize. I have used this with 10th-12th grade students, and have had great discussion with them, as this is
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The Poisoner's Handbook By Deborah Blum: A 10 Day Literature Unit
This is a 10 day unit designed around Deborah Blum's book, The Poisoner's Handbook. It incorporates cooperative learning strategies, such as jigsawing and gallery walks, and reading comprehension and vocabulary strategies, such as word detective, read and say something, and picture mapping. A studen
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Crime Scene Investigation Center
There are 8 simple crimes that have taken place. It is your students job to figure out who the culprits for the crimes are. On each crime sheet there is a short cvc word that the children have to try to uncover by matching the number to the fingerprint. Each fingerprint has a small letter written on
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Forensic Science:The Cookie Jar Mystery-The Crime Scenario
Welcome to The Cookie Jar Mystery An exciting adventure in the world of forensic science! The Cookie Jar Mystery is a fun, forensic science mini-course consisting of six separate modules designed to engage middle school students. In Mrs. Johnson’s classroom, a curious crime has taken place: her fa
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Graphology as Science?
When teaching handwriting and document analysis in Forensic Science, it is important to distinguish between analysis that might be considered pseudo-science and true handwriting identification. This is a fun lesson that incorporates literacy, hands on analysis and critical thinking so students can
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Relative or Absolute Dating Coloring Review Activity
This is a fun review of relative and absolute dating that is ready to print and use! Students color the descriptions of Absolute or Relative dating according to the directions. Includes teaching ideas and an answer key. If you like this activity, try these other fun lessons: Erosion, Deposition an
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