Integumentary System - CSI Fingerprinting Lab for the Human Body. Use this integumentary system fingerprinting activity to simulate detective work and FBI or crime scene investigation in your classroom. Everyone has a unique set of fingerprints, even identical twins! In this lab, students will learn about the various types of fingerprint patterns and determine their own pattern for each finger. With this information, they will figure out the distribution of fingerprint patterns within their classroom population and graph their data. It's a great mix of math and science!
Human Body Bundle Unit
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