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{ 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
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
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
Forensic Science. Crime Scene Analysis. Physical Science Stations. Forensic Science Project. Your students will love science when they are given the opportunity to investigate a crime scene and solve the case of The Shop Burglar. Centered on a property crime, an unknown person has broken into the
This is a culminating project for a Forensics course or unit. Crime scenes are set up and the students play the role of Crime Scene Investigators to process the scene. The actual crime scene processing takes place in one day and the entire project can take up to 7 depending on your schedule. The f
What if the Seven Dwarves used toxicology to determine the poison that harmed Snow White? Prince Charming could have saved himself a lot of time by running tests on blood left in the glass slipper. And a simple fingerprint scan might have given Rumplestiltskin's true identity without all the guesswo
This is a forensic science project that will take about 6 days to complete, depending on how much in-class work days your provide. Students will make a physical model of a crime scene, along with a typed scenario and a detailed description of the evidence. Groups will be trading their model and s
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Included in this lesson is a 9 day unit plan, instructions for all the experiments and activities, and packet for a crime scene investigation. You will receive a PDF download which includes the teacher notes/lessons plans as well as the student packets. This is a highly authentic and engaging unit-
In this assignment students will create a presentation of a mock crime scene based on a fairytale. Each crime will include characters from common fairytales. Students will include evidence to create a crime scene scenario. The assignment is organized into two main projects. The first part of the
Save 20% when you buy this Murder Mystery Bundle designed for Middle Schoolers. Each murder activity has a different scenario with multiple case files within each. Tons of fun while your junior detectives crack the cases! Murder Mystery #1 - Who Killed Dr. Cosmo?Murder Mystery #2 - Gettys Palace Hot
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Welcome to The Cookie Jar Mystery- An exciting adventure in the world of forensic science!(Please Note: This version of the Cookie Jar Mystery is geared for older students in grades 6-8 due to the pace and complexity of the activities. This set also has the mock trial built into the last module and
Your students will love this activity! Stoichiometry, chemical formulas, empirical formulas, and percent composition will soon be your students favorite topics after they complete this lesson. The purpose of this lab is to help students understand how percent composition data can be used to solv
Case studies are a great way to join concepts taught in Forensics and Criminal Law classes with real life cases. Netflix's documentary Making a Murderer showcases one of the most controversial criminal cases of all time and is sure to get your students TALKING! This 10-assignment case study project
Students use their knowledge of genetics, specifically punnett squares & pedigree charts to decide if Spongebob is really related to his family. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Forget the worksheet and get their hands busy building a brain. This is a great hands-on activity that supports tactile learners and give fidgetters something to do with in their hands. Easy prep and teacher guide walks you through the process. When assembled students puzzle is approximately 15 inch
This project will give students a hands on experience to better understand the key parts of the brain. They will work in groups and then apply the information from the project to an in class “open brain” quiz to review the content. File Includes: • Project Handout • Project grading sheet • In clas
Students will create a diorama or shadow box for a biome of their choice. The 3 page project packet requires students to write about their biome and to list biotic and abiotic factors which are included in their shadow box. Students will create a food web which represents all the biotic factors of t
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Students will create a wanted poster of an infamous wild west outlaw. This project would be great for a forensic science class or even an american history project. This project includes BOTH a google doc digital version and a printable option. This way, if you are you looking for a print and go assi
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The Case Study Investigation report provides students with an opportunity to conduct an in-depth analysis of a case. Forensics plays a role in all of the cases to some degree - in some of the cases forensic analysis was key to arriving at a thorough understanding of the elements of the crime, where
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Students will create a Frayer model foldable which will help them understand the different types of evidence used in forensic science. The forensic science vocabulary words are: *Physical evidence *Trace Evidence *Transient Evidence *Circumstantial Evidence Frayer Models require students to defin
This is a great lab to include while teaching your students about food chains. Students have the opportunity to dissect an owl pellet and discover the contents within. Using those pieces as clues, students will be able to answer the questions in this lab to determine where in the food chain an owl
This is a case to be used to motive students to make observations and inferences. It helps them analyze information and reach conclusions. There are a number of labs that can be done with this case. This is just the case for them to solve.
This is another case for students to solve. It uses coded messages, and fingerprints. There are parts for each suspect. I also include how to use this across curriculums.
This Forensic Science project allows students to show off all of the CSI skills they have learned. They are tasked with creating and processing their own mini murder scene. Resource IncludesFull Teacher guide (see preview)Detailed rubric for the Diorama, Written portion and Presentation with link to

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