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Crime Scene Documentation Kit

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Grade 6–College. A serious crime has been committed. What's the first step in solving what happened and identifying the perpetrator? Proper documentation of the crime scene. Show your class the importance of gathering as much information as possible about the crime scene while preserving the evidence. Students work in teams as crime scene investigators to reconstruct crime scenes—locating, sketching, and photographing all of the evidence, then reconstructing another team's crime scene using data collected by the other team. The skills your students learn from these activities stress the importance of meticulous documentation in order to build a case. Your students will easily connect with this hands-on, interactive kit developed in partnership with the forensics experts at Sirchie®. Kit is correlated to the Next Generation Science Standards®, addressing MS-ETS1-1 and HS-ETS1-1, and includes a digital teacher's manual and student guide download. Kit materials equip a class of 30 students.

*Next Generation Science Standards® is a registered trademark of WestEd. Neither WestEd nor the lead states and partners that developed the Next Generation Science Standards were involved in the production of this product, and do not endorse it.


What’s Included:
  • 1 Evidence Markers Set
  • 1 Crime Scene Tape, Roll
  • 100 Evidence Labels
  • 32 Paper Bags
  • 20 Graph Paper Sheets
  • 10 Measuring Tape
  • 1 Digital Resource Instruction Card
  • 1 Teacher's Manual with Reproducible Student Guide
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Needed But Not Included:
  • 5 Cameras (digital or camera phone)
  • 5 Packing Tape, Roll
  • 20 Pieces of Evidence
  • 5 Rulers
  •  Disposable Gloves
  •  White Paper
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