Jason Momoa might've been undefeated in battle as Khal Drogo on Game of Thrones, he might've ruled Atlantis as Aquaman, but his biggest challenge is one his biceps can't help him with, and that's homeschooling. The actor recently chatted with Ellen DeGeneres during an at-home edition of her daytime talk show, and Jason kept it real about his struggles with homeschooling the two kids he shares with Lisa Bonet: 12-year-old Lola and 11-year-old Wolf.
"Thank god they have their teachers, and much respect," he said, expressing that their lessons go over his head. Jason added: "They don't go to me for anything. I'm like the PE coach. 'Get your ass outside. Wanna go rock-climb? Skateboard?' But that's about it." Well, we've seen his rock climbing videos, and we'd be more than happy to take his gym class!
Although it's such a scary time in the world, Jason acknowledged how grateful he is to be able to be home with his family, and that the kids are appreciating it too. "My son, Wolf, was already being homeschooled anyway, so it was easy for him, and they have time to check in with their friends. But I think they're really loving it, they're loving having me home," he said, adding that the kids have been spending time on the family's skateboard ramps and climbing walls. Check out the video above and see Jason talk about homeschooling around the 2:40 mark.