# Centripetal force

### Spinning Science: Centripetal Force Using Marbles in Jell-O: Scientific American. Recommended by Andrea Beaty, author of Rosie Revere Engineer.

### This can more simply be done with a bucket with a handle, but this idea is pretty impressive! Have fun, learn, and help others do the same this summer with the Edheads Experiment Extravaganza!

### Centripetal Force: Water in Bucket Expirement

### Bucket Spinning - Circular Motion & Centripetal Force - Fun Science Experiments for Kids

JELL-O Centripetal Force Science Project: Investigate the movement of an object during circular motion and determine what the centripetal force is.

### In this animated physics video, your students will learn about centripetal force and Newton's second law.

### hex nut/balloon demo for centripetal force

### Circular Motion and Satellite Motion - Lesson 1 - Motion Characteristics for Circular Motion The Centripetal Force Requirement

### Marble Gravitron - Forces and Motion

### Discover amusement park science, including physics concepts like Newtons laws of motion, centripetal force, kinetic energy, and more.

Use a clear balloon and a penny for a quiet experiment demonstrating centripetal force. Then try it with a hexnut.

### Resource: to help young physicists understand that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Great way to teach air pressure and thrust!

### Keep the little ones amazed for hours with this quick and simple lesson on centripetal force! Beware! This project is incredibly fun, makes a little bit of a ruckus, and is incredibly mesmerizing!

What will happen to the water in the bucket when the bucket is spun faster? Observe centripetal force in action, and use the centripetal force equation to predict the results of the experiment.