Kids are wrenching themselves away from the computer screen and are instead getting stuck into arts and crafts as part of the Yenda Public Creative Challenge.
The students have so far created everything from paintings, to bath bombs, to knitted blankets.
In three days the children have sent in over 60 submissions, which is the most enthusiastic response Yenda Public principal Bel Wallace has ever seen.
"I reckon we're going to break the school record - the kids are so into it," Mrs Wallace said.
"It's great to see kids switching off their devices and getting creative."
Mrs Wallace started the challenges to make sure her students experience a memorable holiday, instead of endlessly playing Fortnite and browsing memes day in day out.
She hopes that when the students come back to school they'll have stories to share with the rest of the class.
Once the holidays wrap up Yenda Public School will be handing out art vouchers as awards to the most creative students.
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