Bismillahi Rahmani Rahim
In the Name of Allah,
Master Fard Muhammad,
The Beneficent, The Most Merciful
As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum Dearly Beloved and Beautiful Black Homeschoolers!
We must make sure our children have fun and exciting learning tools to keep them interested in science.
Our Beloved Messenger (May the Peace and the Blessing of Allah Forever Be Upon Him) taught us to never watch television unless something educational is on. We should not be watching television unless we are watching something educational. And most assuredly, we should not allow our children to spend time being programmed by devils (who create all the television shows) to think and act the way they want our children to think and act.
Only watch EDUCATIONAL programs.
With access to YouTube and other educational websites, there is no excuse for not being able to find something educational, if your children want to watch a video. That is the only thing you should permit them to watch. No cartoons that depict animals speaking. We are taught to not even allow our children to read books that portray animals speaking, nor should we read such books to them.
This world is full of lies and foolishness. We must not raise our children on such nonsense. Teach them things of reality. This is a fascinating world we live in. My son studies animals. It is biological science and it interests him. I make sure he also studies other sciences, to keep him well-rounded.
Here is a link to a channel on YouTube that is devoted to Chemistry experiments. Hakim (my son) is studying chemistry in school, and his textbook referred to the chemical reaction that occurs in Hot and Cold packs. But his book just talked about the different types of reactions. So, I told him to find some information about what causes the reactions. He found an excellent video. (Pretty soon, I’m going to stop him from watching videos and make him start reading again….) We subscribed to the channel. They have many interesting videos of different types of chemistry experiments.
Here is the link:
I just clicked on a related site and found this!