In many ways, working from home with your children is not ideal. Many of us are still adapting to staying productive, whilst having to take care of and entertain children full-time.
For those of you who like a bit of structure in your lives, here's what various celebrities are offering you and your kids, daily and for free, to help with their education while schools are closed:
9.00am: PE with Joe Wicks
Get your blood pumping with a daily 30 minute workout on The Body Coach TV, suitable for the whole family.
10.00am: Maths with Carol Vorderman
Maths lessons for children aged between four and 11.
11.00am: Elevenses with The World of David Walliams
Listen to one of David Walliams' World's Worst Children stories, every day.
11.00am: Gardening and nature with Maddie Moate and Greg Foot
Lessons on the great outdoors indoors - from daffodil Dissection to how to make a bird feeder from a plastic bottle, and loads more.
11.30: Dance with Oti Mabuse
Join in some fun dance routines for kids. No complicated steps, just high energy happy moves with upbeat music.
12.00pm: Lunch (cooking with Jamie Oliver)
Check out these brilliant recipes to get your kids cooking!
1.00pm: Myleene's Music Klass
Joined by her two daughters, Myleene is teaching children the basics of classical music.
1.30pm: Dance with Darcey Bussel
A 10-minute after lunch shake up with Diverse Dance Mix.
2.00pm: History with Dan Snow (free for 30-days)
A whole host of programmes from historian and presenter Dan Snow are available to watch for free for a month on HistoryHit.TV.
3.00pm: Science with Professor Brian Cox
A daily, special science-based Q&A session on the Cosmic Shambles Network. You can see an upcoming schedule of their shows here.
4.00pm: Home Economics with Theo Michaels (Mon/Wed/Fri)
Theo Michaels was a semi-finalist on Masterchef in 2014. He'll be hosting live cook-a-longs and serving up simple recipes live on Instagram on set days. He’ll be posting the (very short) list of needed ingredients the day before.
What's brilliant is that you can take part in these activities live on the channels, or you can access them afterwards at a more suitable time for you.