If you are somewhat similar to me this frame of mind of The Lost Book Of Remedies Review the youngster can become exceedingly frustrating. Here we are experienced preppers and survivalists and thus we naturally assume our offspring to be equivalent. Unfortunately it fails to work as anticipated. When my grandson was seven years old I homeschooled him and one of his fields of study involved survival training. I would scan the internet in quest of local types of survival and emergency schooling being presented. I scrutinized any skill sets which were appropriate for his age level. I enrolled him for survival instructions offered at our assorted state parks here in Delaware along with any other offshoot projects which were in the making. Fire making, weapons shooting, shelter building, it mattered not as I would register him for all of the classes. Nevertheless, today he is likely not engrossed in prepping or survival in the least however I did implant the essential background and the fundamental knowledge needed.
To embark upon training your children on the value of being prepared and planning for SHTF times, your initial responsibility will be to make them appreciate how important the task at hand is. We as parents must coach them in preparation towards these threats and above all we must avoid any unnecessary fright anxiety involving them. I occasionally reflect that conceivably those children nurtured in low-income neighborhoods will adjust better and have unequaled opportunities to survive the harsh times rather than the child brought up in an easy environment with no cares what so ever. Perhaps we have made it too trouble-free for our children these days and unlike most of us they have not experienced from the school of hard knocks. In these situations the best that we can do is endeavor to foster an understanding of the gravity of the potential crisis and endow an perceptive of the difficulty ahead of them.