Criminalistic Kit

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Criminalistic Kit

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KS10-532 Criminalistic Kit


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Criminalistic Kit

Target Grade: 7-12

Forensics provides a useful tool for teaching scientific principle in the classroom. In the inquiry based approach of a criminal investigation, students must apply many of the principles of the scientific method. In addition, students acquire, useful skill, such as use of a microscope, measuring, chemical principles, etc. this all occurs in a revenant and interesting learning environment.

Kit Contains:

  • Instructor Manual
  • Student guides
  • MSDS
  • MO Sheets
  • Universal color chart
  • Student Data Sheets
  • Evidence Collection
  • Searching for Clues manual
  • Methods of Assessment manual
  • Set special needs
  • CD
  • Toothpicks
  • microscope slids
  • cover slips
  • Disposable plastic gloves
  • Magnifying glasses
  • Forceps
  • Table spoons
  • Index cards
  • Plastic pipettes
  • Depression plates
  • Aspirin
  • Tylenol
  • Alka Seltzer
  • Filter paper
  • Camel hair brushes
  • Black ink pads
  • jars w/cap
  • superglue
  • aluminum foil
  • String
  • Clear fingernail polish
  • Hair sample ‘A'
  • Hair sample ‘B'
  • Hair sample ‘C'


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