Let’s 7 senses

prototype, education and learning, low-income families, BEHub

Providing women from low-income families with the knowledge of seven senses education




The venture aims to recruit 10 women from low-income families and provide them with the knowledge of seven senses education in looking after their children. The aim is to prevent child developmental delay caused by the parents’ lack of resources and parenting knowledge.

Through six workshops, one sharing session and the process of designing the sensory toys and producing the toys kit, the 10 women can improve their parenting knowledge, which can also boost their confidence in parenting.

Two women with outstanding performance will be assigned as teaching assistants in the sharing session, assisting coaches and sharing their experience and the theory behind their sensory toys kit with the public.

It is expected that 10 infants and toddlers, 10 low-income women, and 20 people interested in children development will benefit.

Name of Organisation

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Approved Funding Amount


Funding Period (Status)

1 year (Ended)


  • Provided 14 women from low-income families with 4 seven senses education workshops
  • Produced 30 sets of seven senses education materials boxes
  • Organised a final sharing session for 20 public participants