Michael Jackson's children and mother said on Monday's episode of 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' that they're still learning to cope with his death a year and a half after the pop star overdosed on a powerful anesthetic.

Jackson's oldest children, 13-year-old Prince and 12-year-old Paris, said they are adjusting well to private school, although their younger brother, Blanket, 8, is still home-schooled. The children have been living with grandmother Katherine Jackson, who is their guardian, since their father's death in June 2009.

In the pre-taped interview, Katherine Jackson said Blanket, whose given name is Prince Michael Jackson II, is shy but now wants to attend school next year, when he'll be in fourth grade.

The children were taped in the Jackson's back yard with several cousins and spoke about their memories of their father.