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aagh i love it :) Forensic Science - set up a crime scene fit for kids and they must use inference to figure out what happened!

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Nice use of a Shutterfold with graphics on the cover and information sheets inside.

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The Scientist: This is a cute FREE packet for you to implement the Scientist of the Week idea in your classroom. Cute!