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Life Science and Biology Science Fair Projects

Education.com's team of professional scientists, science teachers, and educational consultants has put together a fantastic collection of free life science, science fair projects, life science experiments, and biology science fair projects for kids. If your child has an upcoming science fair and is interested in microbiology, botany, or the human body, Education.com has you covered with cool and easy life science and biology projects that will have little biologists doing everything from building models of cells to determining if people can be genetically predisposed to hearing loss. Check out our free resources below!

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Examine the influence of the phase of the moon on moisture capillarity in garden soil. Measure and record the depth at which water is first detected.
Life Science
Middle School
Demonstrate if  cooking destroys all bacteria that is present in raw meats such as salmonella.
Microbiology
High School
Science fair project that tests whether cats have a preference for organic food.
Zoology
Middle School
This science fair project idea determines how quickly germs and bacteria spread.
Microbiology
Elementary School
This science fair project idea's objective is to understand the architecture and function of neurons and their key components.
Anatomy
Middle School
Check out this middle school science project on the substances consumed and produced in plant tissues during the process of photosynthesis and respiration.
Life Science
Botany
The science project fair idea explores the interaction between your nose, mouth, and brain when tasting a new food or drink.
Anatomy
Elementary School
Check out this fun and easy middle school science project on photomorphogenesis  in plants and determine the effect of light on the formation of plant tissues.
Life Science
Botany
This science fair project idea shows kids how to grow mold and whether mold grows better in dry or moist conditions.
Microbiology
Middle School
Demonstrate how tracks are formed by pressing your hand into a cornmeal mixture, then reverse the process and make prints of the track.
Zoology
Middle School
This science fair project idea teaches what wildlife rehabilitators do and about the process of wildlife rehabilitation.
Zoology
High School

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