1. Alanis Morissette
The Grammy winner told Health magazine that at home she “un-schools” her children, explaining that if there’s some agenda like playing with magnet tiles, to which her daughter would respond that she wants to put glitter on some things and cut the tree, they do that instead.
Morissette added that she basically gets inside their eyeballs, that she’s watching their eyes constantly and what they’re pulled toward, and after that, they then do the deep dive.
2. Duchess Kate and Prince William
A source exclusively told Us that for Prince George and Princess Charlotte, being educated from home is a shock to the system. The source added that to begin with, the kids were easily distracted and instead of sitting at a computer, wanted to play together, but now, Kate’s got them into a routine. William is also very involved while Kate is in charge of the home schooling and playtimes mainly.
3. Amanda Stanton
On March 20, Stanton posted a selfie with her daughters in matching sweat suits, captioned, “Homeschool is now in session,”
On a “Here For the Right Reasons” podcast episode, the Bachelor in Paradise alum told Us that her daughters are driving her insane but are at the same time keeping her sane. She added that she’s so busy with them and gives her something to do by home-schooling them. Although it’s really hard because she doesn’t really get a second to herself, she said that it’s good.
4. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively
On April 1 of home-schooling his three daughters, the actor told Stephen Colbert that they’re lucky enough to have a little, tiny garden, and so, they’re learning some things about gardening. The actor added that they’re trying to make it an educational experience.- Advertisement -
5. Eva Amurri
On her Instagram Story on March 31, the actress and her daughter “do two letters everyday”, as she captioned. The actress added that she makes her daughter practice writing it, after, she picks a word that starts with that corresponding letter, then with a few full sentences, she illustrates a story about it.
When her daughter, Willow, plays “a cool game on her iPad”, the Grammy winner puts “academic time” into her family’s schedule.
7. Lin-Manuel Miranda
Before showing off his son’s pigeon drawing, the Tony winner told 45-year-old Fallon that he is “learning how to teach math.”