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What? A Crime in Crystal Creek? This who done it cold case has an attention grabbing environmental slant. This new kit is also meets common core and STEM standards. Students analyze macroinvertebrate species, hair samples, glass samples, lip prints, DNA data, and other assorted clues as they try to deduce why someone would have attacked Jen while she was taking samples at Crystal Creek. This cross-curricular kit even engages middle school students in an engineering design project with design modifications. Includes materials for 30 students, digital teacher s manual, student worksheets, fake Facebook pages, suspect videos, and answer keys. May be completed as a cross-curricular unit in 5 days or extended to a year-long project, afterschool club or summer camp. Requires a microscope, not included. Grades 6-8. Easily adapted for high school use.
Sand, plastic forceps, pH test strips, CSI Macroinvertebrate Specimen set, evidence collection bags, evidence collection envelopes, evidence seal tape, Crime Scene barrier tape, CSI Glass Sample set, CSI Human Hair Sample set, Baseball hat, corn starch, vinegar, iodine solution, plastic teaspoon, sterile cotton swabs, plastic condiment cups, pharmacy fold, medium gloves, small pail with lid, USB flashdrive containing manual and materials for printing