Under the direction of teacher Shoshana Ayzin, the CAHAL 4-5 grade class at Yeshiva of South Shore learned all about engineering. They discussed how engineers must create a plan, build prototypes, test them out, and then make improvements before they get their final successful outcome. The students used this knowledge to build a container that would keep an egg safe when dropped from different heights. The boys really enjoyed the project while learning important engineering concepts.
CAHAL, the community program for children with learning challenges, is now in its 29th year, providing smaller, more individualized classes in 11 local yeshivas. All the students attend mainstream activities daily, including lunch, recess, specials, assemblies, trips and more. When ready, children attend mainstream academic classes as well, with support from CAHAL to ensure success. The experienced and caring CAHAL teachers make it all happen.
For more information about the CAHAL program and to donate to this great community organization, contact CAHAL at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (516) 295-3666.
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