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Learn how to find clues and solve crimes
The Bassendean Memorial Library will be hosting a fun and fascinating workshop for budding young scientists on the 22nd of January 2018 from 11am to 11.45am that will teach them how to think and act like a forensic scientist.
This will be a FREE workshop for school aged kids between the ages of 7 and 14.
A crime has been committed and it will be up to our young and eager forensic scientists to enter the crime scene, tape it off from the public, and collect any evidence left behind.
The kids will be taught how to find and identify fingerprints, locate stray hairs and fibres, identify footprints and other marks, and investigate blood stains, bones and DNA.
This school workshop would make a great school holiday activity. Parental supervision is required. Younger kids are welcome to attend but it is recommended that they be reassured that everything is all make believe.