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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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How does smell affect taste? Ready your taste buds--in this project, you'll gather some test subjects and do a taste test to see how much smell affects taste.
Anatomy
Third Grade
Why do plants wilt? Kids will learn to think critically about what environmental factors affect plants, and what plants need to survive.
Botany
Kindergarten
How does mold grow? Kids find out by testing different conditions to measure mold growth rate and learn about what factors cause mold to grow more quickly.
Microbiology
Sixth Grade
It's easy to do science in the kitchen with these fantastic food experiments for kids. Little gastronomers will observe the enzymatic activity of pineapple, quantify the amount of grease in potato chips, and discover effective ways to inhibit (or encourage!) mold growth on bread with this series of fun and enriching science fair projects. Bon Appétit!
Microbiology
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Learn about how sugar fermentation and growing yeast in this easy science project! Yeast is a eukaryotic microbe that puts the fun in fungus!
Microbiology
Life Science
Is there really such a thing as healthy gum? Students will learn what factors in chewing gum contribute to healthy teeth in this exciting science fair project.
Microbiology
Sixth Grade
In this project, build an insect model that shows how the head, thorax, and abdomen fit together! Learn insect anatomy by constructing a paper mache critter.
Zoology
Anatomy
Do you have your isopods straight? Learn about sow bug and pill bug behavior by building a terrarium to study them in!
Zoology
Fourth Grade

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