Not that long ago that, people could actually do things without googling them first or they had to learn how to do them hands-on. In other words, your grandparents had a whole set of skills your kids probably never will.

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According to a new survey of 2,000 people, here are the ten traditional skills that are dying out:

  1. Reading a map.
  2. Using a compass.
  3. Knowing how to tie different knots.
  4. Darning socks, which means fixing holes in them. Most young people don't even know "darning" is a word.
  5. Looking something up in a book by using the index.
  6. Knowing how to format a letter.
  7. Knowing measurement conversions, like there are four quarts in a gallon.
  8. Spelling and grammar.
  9. Building a fire.
  10. Having good penmanship, because no one writes anything anymore.

Read more at the Daily Mail.