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Fun With Fingerprint Science: Discovering Your Own Fingerprints

This one-time class kids will learn the basic science behind fingerprint identification. Kids will learn how to print their own fingerprints and examine the unique detail within various fingerprint patterns.

Class experience

Learners will learn the two basic principles of fingerprint identification, the three basic fingerprint patterns and the structure of the FBI fingerprint card. Learners will, also, be able to name the unique characteristics of ridge structure that appear in friction skin. Finally, learners will know how to record their own fingerprints and search for the unique characteristics within their own friction skin ridges.
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No supplies will be needed during class, only for the homework assignment. Learners will need the following items to complete their homework: 1) 2 sheets of blank paper 2) Preferably a 2B pencil 3) Scotch Tape 4) Magnifying glass 5) Hand Sanitizer (to clean fingers of the pencil led in between placing fingers on the paper) Submitting homework is optional. I will provide feedback within 24 hours.
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I have provided three documents to help learners through the class. 1) Vocabulary Sheet 2) Step by Step instructions on how to record their own fingerprints on a white sheet of paper 3) a sheet explaining the common unique ridge structures (characteristics) found in friction skin. In addition, I created a short video on how to record one's own fingerprints on to a sheet of paper simulating the FBI Fingerprint Card. 
Hello Everyone! I am experienced in the field of Fingerprint Science and ready to share my knowledge to young people. I analyzed fingerprints and was a Forensic Specialist for over 14 years. I am introducing my "Fun with Fingerprint Science" class... 
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per class
Meets once
50 min

Completed by 6 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 10-14
2-6 learners per class

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