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Botany Science Fair Projects

Ready to get your hands dirty? Explore the kingdom plantae with these botany science fair projects and botany experiments for kids. Education.com has tons of great ideas for botany and plant projects that can be completed indoors or outdoors at minimal cost and with basic materials. Kids will love discovering how concepts like phototropism, gravitropism, photosynthesis, and transpiration aren't just things they can read about in textbooks—they're very cool biological processes that can be readily observed at home.

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Check out this cool science fair project idea that models the behavior of the cold desert plants: xerophytes and halophytes.
Botany
Third Grade
What are the effects of colored light on plant growth? Explore plant behavior in this cool botany science fair project and learn about phototropism!
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Fifth Grade
Why do plants wilt? Kids will learn to think critically about what environmental factors affect plants, and what plants need to survive.
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Kindergarten
Kids learn how to prevent erosion by growing grass. They'll test soil with grass against raw soil in this revealing science fair project idea for 4th grade.
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Fourth Grade
Observe corn seed germination to learn about dicots and monocots and how plants grow from seeds to seedlings to full-grown plants!
Botany
Fourth Grade
Little ones looking to get their hands dirty will love this series of fun plant experiments for kids that teach essential plant biology concepts such as photosynthesis, transpiration, capillary action, and tropisms in fun and hands-on ways. Little green thumbs get to do everything from literally cloning cabbage (which is actually quite easy to do, and very cool) to building their own working greenhouses. Check it out!
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In this science fair project, students examine how the flow rate in a stream affects the growth of aquatic plants.
Botany
Sixth Grade
This project explores whether plants can live and grow when 'watered' with juice, soda, or milk.
Botany
Kindergarten

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