From Mama Marlaine of Parenting 2.0, “Like academics, Life Skills benefit from proactive education, qualifies instructors, and a dynamic curriculum.”
We agree, and think that parents and caretakers may often feel that life skills training is all on them. However, there are many great resources and third party educators to support your efforts at home. For those topics that parents aren’t good at themselves, they can seek blogs, videos and online courses to help. For certain bigger topics, there are full curriculum if teaching a class or an elective fits those goals.
If your child is interested in starting a business or just learning more about entrepreneurship, then take a look at this activity workbook.