University of Maryland Extension

4-H Homeschool Interactive Forensic Science Lesson

Come and spend the morning with Baltimore County 4-H as we conduct a STEM Festival experience for the families ages 5-555! Youth will engage in age appropriate simulations that explore forensic science. They will conduct hands on activities including chemical testing, necropsy(dissection), GPS tracking and engineering challenges in order answer the question of “Who Dunnit?”

Adult learners can spend time with the Kitchen Kaizen program, learning about creative and fun ways to ensure safe food handling techniques. The highly interactive program is geared for cooks of all skills levels who are interested in keeping their kitchens safe. Participants will return home with the tools, confidence and knowledge needed to avoid a kitchen catastrophe!

Where: Baltimore County 4-H Office
When: November 9, 2018
Time: 9 am – 12 pm
Cost: FREE

You must register to participate.
If you need assistance to participate in any of our 4-H Programs, please contact the 4-H Office,
410-887-8090, 2-4 weeks before the program.

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