Find and collect evidence with your own Inspectikit. Reconstruct a mystery scene and the face of the suspect with your Whodunit take home kit. Examine the tire tracks and use your own Fingerprint Finder to identify prints left at the scene.
Use real crime scene stencils to make a model mystery scene. Match stencil scenes to the originals. Examine trash for evidence and learn to classify evidence. Use yur fingerprint finder to identify prints left at the scene.
Figure out what happened by checking out the animal tracks. Use your own Case Stamper to try out the science of tracking. Collect and analyze varius types of evidence. Practice fiber, handwriting, shoeprint, and audio evidence analysis. Use your results to solve the mystery.
Use your own Inspectikit and power of observation to collect evidence. Then classify the evidence with your team to find out what it suggests about the mystery person. Use chemistry to identify blood types (using synthetic samples) and to identify the mystery suspects’ beverages
Reassemble partially destroyed travel postcards and translate foreign words from the cards to try and figure out what happened. Analyze written evidence using chromatography. Make tire tracks and then identify the suspect’s vehicle. Use your new Whodunit kit to reconstruct the faces of the suspects.
Funky Forensics (Not in four day camp)
Learn about cells and DNA and how DNA is used to solve mysteries. Extract the DNA from wheat germ and make a model cell. Learn about evidence we can get from bugs.