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One of the most fun segments in multiple talk shows has always been the grade quizzes that come on.
Elizabeth Banks tested if she's as smart as a third grader during Monday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
During her appearance, the actress opened up about homeschooling her children, who are in fifth and third grades, during the coronavirus pandemic. "It's sort of what we're all doing now," she said of teaching her kids at home. "I do want to take the opportunity to say 'thank you' to all of the teachers out there and all of the parents who are teaching because I have really come to the realization that — especially third-grade math — is nearly impossible to teach. You've got to have a lot of patience."
Kimmel shared that he asked a teacher from the Los Angeles Unified School District to provide him with third-grade level questions to quiz Banks on.
"Which of the following numbers is not a multiple of 7? 28, 42, 57, 63," Kimmel asked. Banks then correctly guessed 57.
For the final question, Kimmel asked which "three-dimensional shape has six square faces."
"I don't even know what the words you just said in that order mean," she responded. After Kimmel repeated the question, she visualized the object and said, "It's got to be a cube if you say it's a square."
"Congratulations! You passed the third grade," Kimmel said after Banks answered all of the questions correctly. She responded, "Barely."
Earlier in the appearance, Banks shared that her husband, sportswriter Max Handelman, "really panicked" at the beginning of the pandemic and bought food that she deemed unnecessary.
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