Forensic Methods Classroom Kits
The Case of the Lost Skull Forensic Unit
An introductory forensic unit that will show students how to address the question of who put the mysterious animal skull outside the school.
Kemtec™ Forensics Kit: Introduction to Toxicology
Demonstrate techniques used to screen for drug use.
Kemtec™: Robbery at Anytown Mall
Students solve the case of a robbery of a designer linen suit as a CSI would.
Edvotek™ Forensics Enhancement Techniques
Employ methods to view blood that cannot normally be seen.
Kemtec™: Art Forgery
Introduce students to practical applications of scientific observation and reasoning.
Kemtec™: Analysis of Fingerprints
Encourages students to learn and experiment with dusting and developing latent prints.
Kemtec™: Crime Scene
Students gather physical evidence to make factual interpretations of the scene.
Kemtec™ Forensics Kit: Analysis of Drugs and Poisons
Learn to identify some common over-the-counter drugs
The Case of the Contaminated Creek Activity Kit
This case may be cold, but the evidence will warm the waters and wash away doubt about who is guilty.
Kemtec™: Analysis of Documents
Uses both physical and chemical analysis of paper, ink, pencil and typing.
Kemtec™ Forensic Impressions Kit
Let students become CSI detectives to identify, preserve and evaluate trace evidences at a crime scene.
Kemtec™ Forensic Blood Spatter Kit
Examines how blood spatter plays a role in crime scene investigation.
Kemtec™ Forensics Kit: Analysis of Minerals and Soils
Student detectives analyze minerals and soils.
Kemtec™ Forensics Kit: Fabrics and Fiber
Examine various types of fabric and fiber evidence and observe the various types of characteristics that are exhibited.
United Scientific Supplies Protein Synthesis Manipulative Kit
Teach protein synthesis with hands-on manipulatives.
Innovating Science™ Forensics of Soil and Mineral Analysis
Designed to introduce students to the field of forensic soil analysis.
DNA Murder Mystery Investigation
Teach the latest innovations in DNA technology and their applications to forensic science.
Forensic Anthropology: Talking Bones
Students work as forensic anthropologists within a lab to help solve a “cold” case.