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Forensics Activities for Elementary Students

Forensics Activities for Elementary Students

Beautiful custom thumbprint artwork by Cheryl Sorg. http://www.cherylsorg.com/about_me.html

use your own thumb print create it into a 3 foot high wall art hanging by using snippets of your favorite things (text, color, magazines, pictures, etc.

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ASH The simplicity of this finger print silhouette represents a multitude of allusions to constrained visual language. There is, of course, the representation of identity, and uniqueness, as there are no two fingerprints the same.

I love this idea so much.  For every household member.

DNA 11 is a company that turns your DNA into art. And by “turns your DNA into art” I mean they print it on a piece of canvas. There are a bunch of color options to choose from and.

I think this is my favorite - the style of the lines - tree rings illustration - Google Search

I think this is my favorite - the style of the lines - tree rings illustration -

Kids enjoy learning about fingerprints and how to collect and compare them.

Fifth-Grade Science Projects About Fingerprints

Print your finger, photocopy it and blow it up. Write on the lines.

First, let every student make a fingerprint onto white paper. Next, blow up their fingerprints using the photocopier or larger). Then, Have your kids write words and phrases about themselves along the lines and whorls of their fingerprints :) Cool idea

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