top of page

National Standards for Grade Levels 9-14


Guide students through the investigative process of a blood spatter detective with an inquiry based activity. Students must design and conduct a simple experiment to model how blood reacts and how blood spatter patterns change in response to variables. They may choose to investigate the effects of angle, force, distance, surface texture, rate of movement, velocity at impact, number of blows, or location of the victim to test a theory. They may choose to investigate the difference in spatter due to cast-off, blunt force trauma, or projectile trauma or to compare patterns due to impact spatter, passive spatter, transfer spatter, or projected spatter. Just like the detective analyzes and presents their results as evidence to support a case, the student presents their hypothesis, experimental design, variables, results and conclusion in a Power Point Presentation. This kit includes an instructor’s manual with reproducible student pages. The kit may be used independently or as an introduction or companion to the analysis activities provided in Kemtec's Blood Spatter Kit #10-550.

Designing Investigation in Blood Spatter

SKU: 10-552
    • Instructor's Manual
    • Simulated Blood
    • Hammer
    • Roll of Butcher Paper
    • Scissors
    • Plastic knives
    • Screw Drivers
    • Protractors
    • Retractable Tape Measures
    • Plastic Pipets
  • Sh. wt. 7lbs, DIM 20” x 12” x 5”

bottom of page