Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Share Brilliant At-Home Learning Trick That Involves Your Bored Single Friends

When it comes to being creative in quarantine, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher may just take the cake. Not only did they figure out how to raise $1 million for COVID-19 relief funds by selling bottles of wine, but they also figured out a genius way to break up at-home learning.

Earlier this week, Kunis and Kutcher appeared as guests on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. It was there that they talked about their latest charitable idea called Quarantine Wines and how they are doing homeschooling their two children.

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If you’re curious about Kunis and Kutcher’s Quarantine Wines, watch the video below:

While Kunis admittedly does not have the teaching gene, adding that she’s more of a “fantastic TA. I’m a professional TA,” she praised her husband for his knack for teaching. “I like me some teaching. We set up a curriculum for the week and figure out what the kids are going to learn throughout the week,” Kutcher told Fallon.

As the parents revealed to Fallon, they have already covered topics like energy, electricity, architecture, and building, and soon they will be going over the human body! And not only have Kunis and Kutcher been relying on their kids’ teachers when it comes to designing their weekly curriculum, but they also rely on their single friends for help.

“We enlisted our friends to do 20-minute Zoom sessions with our kids, and they can teach them anything. And that gives us 20 minutes of not parenting and it also allows our kids to have another type of interaction.”

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Now, how smart is that idea?

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