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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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The objective of this experiment is to find out if cooked beans grow faster, if at all, than uncooked beans.
Botany
Middle School
This science fair project teaches students about wilting and browning of salad greens.
Botany
Kindergarten
This science experiment tests why guacamole goes brown and if leaving the pit in will stop guacamole from turning brown.
Botany
Kindergarten
Determine if certain colors of light are more effective for photosynthesis. Plant seeds in cardboard boxes with different light, record visible growth.
Botany
Middle School
This science fair project idea examines whether plants are still able to grow normally if they are turned upside-down.
Botany
Elementary School
This science fair project idea explores whether talking to a plant will help it grow.
Botany
Elementary School
Place mushroom caps on poster board, label samples. Check beneath mushroom caps for 'prints' of spores. Record and interpret prints left behind.
Botany
Middle School

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