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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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This middle school science fair project determines whether DNA is most easily extracted from under-ripe, ripe, or over-ripe strawberries.
Genetics
Seventh Grade
This science fair project idea explores which is better for diffusion and cell absorbing, more surface area, or more volume.
Life Science
High School
This science fair project idea explores how enzyme inhibitors, active sites, non-competitive enzyme inhibitors, and substrates work.
Life Science
Elementary School
This science fair project idea  determines whether plants grow better in soil or in fish ponds.
Botany
Middle School
Science fair project that compares tree leaf size and shape based on the leaf's position in the tree. Is their is a noticeable difference between high and low?
Life Science
Seventh Grade
Science fair project idea that compares number and relative sizes of leaf stomata. Collect leaves of plant species, identify, observe stomata with microscope.
Life Science
Ninth Grade
Science fair project that compares the biodiversity of fungi in different ecosystems by identifying species of fungi.
Life Science
Fifth Grade
This experiment has students record rat behavior to learn about the benefits of rats and research rat myths throughout history.
Zoology
Elementary School
This science fair project explores  a personâs eye-color genotype.
Genetics
High School
Science fair project which compares the quantity of cells in the different phases of mitosis by observing the cells of an onion root tip.
Life Science
Ninth Grade
Science fair project which compares the rates of photosynthesis for various light sources. Which type of light will be best for photosynthesis and why?
Life Science
Seventh Grade
This science fair project idea  determines whether dogs can be trained faster using a food reward or praise.
Zoology
High School

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