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    Finger Prints

    This sample life science curriculum has a nice activity on observing and classifying fingerprints.

    Learn more about fingerprints and play detective in your own home!

    Build A Battery Out Of Pennies - a surprisingly simple project that teaches girls how batteries work. Great for Juniors doing the Get Moving program, which is all about energy.

    Children enjoy learning new information about science. And if they can "play detective," they might find a unit on fingerprints especially fun. Explain to the class that everyone has a unique fingerprint that can be matched only to them. This is why police gather fingerprints at crime scenes. In fact, fingerprints are so unique that they were even used as signatures in ancient times in Asia.

    Boo Bubbles...Fun Science Project for Kids!!

    how to lift fingerprints at home - fun science project for kids

    HowStuffWorks "What are fingerprints?" - good diagram showing fingerprint patterns

    Fun science experiment for kids: Dusting for Fingerprints www.connectionsac...

    Fun "science" activity to demonstrate how your pulse works! The boys did this, I am so excited about watching Karadyn learn too :)

    Discover Your Unique Fingerprint - Good activity for step 3 of Cadettes' Special Agent Badge - "Try the Science" behind fingerprinting

    Detective Science Experiments for Kids thumbnail. Do this as a scientific method experiment. Help students graph results.

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    Science Fair: Fingerprint Findings

    Science from Trash: MANY projects, first done by kids in India

    This website is so awesome and will be very helpful in the classroom one day. This activity, done with gummy worms, allows for the children to observe what they see after an overnight experiment. Also on the website, there is different types of art projects that all ages can do that relate to science!

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