These Hilarious Videos About Virtual Learning Will Give You a Much-Deserved Laugh
If the last few months have taught us anything, it's how much we can truly handle as parents. Between taking care of our kids' needs, working full-time, and helping our children learn remotely, we're often surprised to find ourselves still standing at the end of the day. And don't even get us started on what teachers have to deal with right now!
Of course, there's no doubt that the changes to our routines amid COVID-19 have been stressful when it comes to our little one's school days, but some of us are making the most of a
terribly sh*tty challenging situation. Whether you're a teacher who's trying to wrangle a virtual classroom full of kindergartners or a parent who invested in a full-on cubicle setup to make sure your kids are learning efficiently, sometimes you just need to roll with the punches.
Ahead, find a slew of funny videos that show how both educators and parents are making the most of their at-home learning situations.
The Mom Who Bought Her Kids Full-Blown Cubicles For Virtual Learning
Jaala James, an 18-year-old who has five siblings, shared how her mom transformed her family's living room into an efficient workspace using the cubicles you'd see at Dunder Mifflin in an entertaining TikTok video.
The Mom Who Staged Daily Announcements For Her 17-Year-Old Son
Deb Plafker — aka Principal Mom — and her daughter Jamie pulled out all the stops while dishing out some hilarious morning announcements for Deb's 17-year-old son, Max. Take a peek at all of the videos she's created so far.
The Comedian Who Spoofed How His Daughter Acts in Zoom Class
Comedian Mario Ramil did his best impression of how little kids act while virtually attending class, and we can't stop laughing.
The Kindergarten Teacher Who Is Going Above and Beyond to Ensure Her Students Are Engaged
Keeping a gaggle of little ones focused on learning is a Herculean feat in person, so just imagine what a challenge it is when screens are involved! A teacher named Mackenzie shared a clip on TikTok that shows just how much work it takes to ensure kindergartners are paying attention, and we're tired just watching her.
When Actor Max Greenfield Depicted All Parents' Feelings About Virtual Learning
New Girl alum Max Greenfield gave fans an up-close-and-personal view as to how virtual learning is going with his daughter, Lilly. Of course, we've experienced many moments of impatience with our own kiddos, but Lilly's quick clapback is absolutely everything.
The Dad Who Insisted on Having Daily Morning Announcements For His Kids
Father of three Jason Prechter opted to put his own hilarious spin on at-home learning by incorporating morning announcements into his children's routine. "Today for lunch we will be having hot dogs or chicken nuggets, and your choice of vegetables and fruit," he said. "For the adults, we will have an open bar with various white wines from California, including some Pinots from the Willamette Valley in Oregon."
The Moms Who Gave Teachers the Pat on the Back They Deserve
Kristin Hensley and Jen Smedley, the comedy duo behind I Mom So Hard, put together a video that's a painfully accurate account of why we value the role of teachers now more than ever. I think we can all agree that teaching isn't for the faint of heart!
The Mom Whose Prayer Captured What Every Parent Is Thinking
Brandalyn Shropshire, a mom and comedian, made a hysterical video titled "The Prayer of a Desperate Mother" that had us laughing and borderline crying while hiding from our kids in the bathroom. Yep, she totally nailed it!
The Teacher Who Channeled Her Feelings About Virtual Learning Into a Song
A music teacher named Liz has fittingly decided to channel her feelings about online learning into a "song." While the beginning of the tune is pretty catchy, Liz eventually allows her emotions to take over, and the result is incredibly accurate.