They will also need to know how cook; how to sustain themselves nutritionally. We teach them that their body is a temple, and they need to take care of that temple. Listen to what their body is intuitively telling them. When are we hungry or tired. Knowing the difference between a good burn and a hurt. They learn science everyday. From dissecting a snake to watching the birds fly. They learn about their bodies because we talk about them. They learn how to find pecans, and crack them, and know that acorns eat'n raw may be good for a squirrel but not for us.
They need to know how to make their own clothes. Learning to knit, crochet, and sew. Make designs that express their personality, and are still utilitarian. Learn how to knit a cast net, so they could catch their own fish if necessary. They learn animal husbandry by caring for the sheep, and watching the shearing, and then washing, and carding the wool. They see the cotton in the fields and learn how to spin it into string, which can be woven or stretched.
Creating a shelter is also important. They learn that a home doesn't have to be the huge house on the hill - home is so much more, and it doesn't have to be very big. They learn how to be happy with what they have, and that material things do not make us who we are.