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Middle School Science Fair Project Ideas

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 science fair project idea explores whether talking to a plant will help it grow.
Middle School
Botany
The objective of this experiment is to find out if cooked beans grow faster, if at all, than uncooked beans.
Middle School
Botany
This science fair project idea explores whether it is easier to balance on a narrow ledge or on a rope.
Middle School
Anatomy
The goal of this science fair project is to determine which cheese grows mold the fastest: Vermont Cheddar, American, Brie, or Camembert?
Middle School
Microbiology
Determine the growth rates of different types of human hair. Ask volunteers to not cut their hair until the end of experiment. Measure hair length.
Middle School
Anatomy
This science project challenges students to study deer behavior in their natural habitat- the feeding patterns, social behaviors, male to female ratio, etc.
Middle School
Zoology
Research optical illusions and human auras. Understand why the probable cause of perception is mach bands.
Middle School
Anatomy
Devise list of randomly chosen words, test how many words volunteers can remember. Compare results of adults and children. Which have better memories?
Middle School
Life Science

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