(Meredith) -- Many children are out of school during the coronavirus pandemic, but that’s not stopping one Kentucky dad from making sure his kids learn new things.

Every day is a new adventure for Matt Nestheide and his three daughters. Nestheide, a contract analyst, is taking homeschooling to a new level for his daughters – Cole, 8, Sydney, 6, and Mila, 3.

Each day, he dresses up to treat them to a unique learning experience while they’re stuck in the house.

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Every day is a new adventure for Matt Nestheide and his three daughters. Nestheide, a contract analyst, is taking homeschooling to a new level for his daughters – Cole, 8, Sydney, 6, and Mila, 3.

So far, Nestheide has dressed up as a principal, fitness instructor, mad scientist, surfing instructor, Bob Ross, Guy Fieri and Harry Potter to teach his daughters a different lesson every day.

The family has been self-isolating for a few weeks because Mila is immunocompromised with a congenital heart defect.

“Their routines have obviously gotten thrown out the window, so we wanted to just have a little bit of fun and a little bit of lightheartedness as we started our days,” Nestheide told ABC News.

His wife Traci has been sharing photos of the lessons on Facebook.

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