South West TAFE's VCAL Young Parents group have banded together to help families keep children entertained throughout the rest of the coronavirus restrictions.
Student Lily Walker said the Funabool activity boxes were created after the annual UnBOOLieveable Easter school holiday event was cancelled.
"We still wanted to do something for kids to have fun," she said. "We're all parents so we all related to the difficulties and wanted to help other parents.
"It's been a very hard time and I've really struggled. I have a four-year-old who's full of beans and an eight-month-old and not being able to take them anywhere has been hard.
"This is a way we can help other families."
The Funabool boxes contain cake mixes, slime and playdough kits, bubbles, puppet instructions, workbooks and more activities for children of all ages.
"We all had input into what went into the boxes and we looked at what we use for our own kids," Miss Walker said.
"This is also a way we can get our classroom out there. There's plenty of young parents in Warrnambool and not many know about our class."
South West TAFE VCAL teacher Sharna Westley commended the students in sourcing a number of fun items for each box in partnership with Warrnambool City Council.
"These boxes will hopefully lift the spirits of some children and families in the region who are struggling right now and provide some much-needed fun for everyone," she said.
"The students have done an amazing job to adapt to the restrictions and come up with another idea to keep kids entertained."
Ms Westley said 25 of the boxes would be donated to community organisations including Mpower, Brophy, West Neighbourhood House, Warrnambool East Neighbourhood House and Axis Employment to distribute to families.
The remaining 25 will be given away through South West TAFE's Facebook page with entries closing at 8am on Monday, September 21.
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