These Celeb Kids Are Heading Off to School, & the Pics Are Priceless

Sep 6, 2018 at 4:47 p.m. ET
Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and Luna
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Whether you like it or not, school is back in session. I mean, if you've spent any time on the internet this month, you've surely noticed pictures of children holding chalkboard signs, lunch bags and backpacks are everywhere — celebrity Instagram feeds are no exception. Stars: They're (obsessed with their kids) just like us. Here are a few of our favorite celeb kid back-to-school snapshots.

Tabitha Hodge Broderick


Sarah Jessica Parker's youngest children, Tabitha and Marion Loretta (not pictured), headed off to fourth grade this year — and it seems Mama SJP couldn't be happier.

Lincoln Shepard


The ever-adorable self-proclaimed nerds Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard held their daughter's hand as they walked her to her first day of kindergarten. 

Luna Simone Stephens


Armed with a backpack and book, Luna Simone Stephens — daughter of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend — looked so ready for her first day of school.

Gia Lopez


Mario Lopez's daughter, Gia, was all smiles on her first day of second grade.

Tucker Hart


Tucker Hart, the youngest of Melissa Joan Hart's three children, looks all ready to start school next week.

Maddie Aldridge


Jamie Lynn Spears' 10-year-old daughter, Maddie, donned her school uniform earlier this month for the start of fifth grade.

Finn McDermott


Finn McDermott — son of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott — also started kindergarten this week, and according to his mom, he is "so excited to join his older brother and sisters."

Aden Housley


Tamera Mowry’s eldest child, Aden, may just be the most stylish 5-year-old we have ever seen. I mean, look at that jacket!

Maks Bure


Candace Cameron Bure wrote an emotional Instagram post when she sent her "baby" to junior high school.

Adelaide & Naleigh Kelley


Katherine Heigl was emotional but excited to send two of her three babies to school, writing on Instagram, "I don’t know why but watching them get on the bus and drive away always makes me cry a little. Then the bus pulls out of sight, I dry my eyes, pour myself a big glass of champagne and shout ‘CHEERS TO SEVEN WHOLE HOURS WITH ONLY ONE KID NEEDING MY ATTENTION!!'”