“Is this just cooking and cleaning?”
Well, yes, cooking and cleaning are two categories that we’ve certainly included. We’d hardly set your children up for success if we didn’t include these basics.
But don’t think for a second that this is where the program ends.
There are currently nineteen different categories covering just about anything that you child is likely to encounter through life…within reason. And if that was all that this program offered, it would be phenomenal and create a solid foundation for your family education.
But there is more.
We strive to take children on a Trek from the earliest skills like writing their names, up to young adult skills, such as preparing for an interview. We want to empower them to know how to react in difficult situations, and how to take care of themselves when you, the parent, are not around.
The skills that were readily caught and taught fifty years ago have become conspicuously absent in this modern time. We hope to reintroduce them with relevance.
And don’t forget about the topical life lessons and current event lessons to keep your kids aware of what’s happening within their communities.
Will your Trekker learn to cook and clean? You bet they will.
They’ll also have their head under the hood of a car, inside a computer and learning survival techniques and disaster awareness.
With all these life lesson opportunities, they’ll probably be thankful that they can cook. I’m willing to bet they’ll work up quite an appetite!