- Copy editing (beyond the basics, anyway)
- Wedding photography
- Video special effects and other tech savvy stuff
- Magic tricks
- Drawing birds in detail
- Skate board riding and repair
- Country cooking
- AP Chemistry
So much more....
My ten children -- ranging in age from 7 to 25 -- have learned so much and taught me so much. Just today, I listened to my oldest daughter intelligently discuss Nicomachean ethics with my sister. I had absolutely no clue what they were talking about.
Ladies, if you're just getting started in home schooling, don't blow a gasket thinking of teaching them everything they will ever need to know. You can't. They can learn jolly well without you if they are interested enough.
Just give them the basic skills. Read. Write. Speak in public. Do math. Draw. Science and history too, of course!
Give them the tools for what interests them - butterfly nets, cookbooks, computer software, a camera.
Let them take time to tinker, explore, take things apart. Making mistakes is part of the learning process.
Classes, clubs and mentors can help in areas where you don't know as much as they want to know.
Have fun learning new skills from your kids!