Blood spatter is a useful line of evidence investigators observe while studying a crime scene. By using a combination of physical observation and mathematical observation, investigators can help support or refute witness claims, or provide insight into events that may or may not have occurred at the crime scene. With this kit, students will study the mechanisms behind blood spatter and the factors that affect it, such as falling height, incident angle, impact velocity, surface texture, and patterning. Included are enough materials for 15 groups of students, as well as detailed instructions and safety data sheets.
For Laboratory Use Only. Not for drug, food or household use. Keep out of reach of children. For more information, refer to the Safety Data Sheet.
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Disciplinary Core Ideas
Cross Cutting Concepts
Stability and Change
Structure and Function
Cause and Effect
Energy and Matter
Planning and Carrying Out Investigations
Constructing Explanations and Designing Solutions
Asking Questions and Defining Problems
Engaging in Argument from Evidence
Analyzing and Interpreting Data
Developing and Using Models
Not included in the kit:
Rolls of freezer paper or butcher’s paper
Materials with various surfaces/absorbency such as:
plastic grocery bags, paper grocery bags, medium-sized rocks, pieces of
cardboard, floor tiles, metal surfaces, etc.
Kit SpecsComes with instructionsNon-regulatedCountry of Origin: