Infographics are fun and exciting, but they can also be a valuable teaching tool.
A website dedicated solely to infographics that teach you something. Allow anyone to publish these, and readers to subscribe to a daily dose of new ones in one or more areas of interest.
As a fun game, teaching and marketing device.
Start with the first page. Explain how the game works and give the first lesson. At the end of the lesson give a clue as to what to search for on the site, based on what you have just taught.
They might need to use the sites search (if the found out what to search for), or complete an address (URL) to find the next step. Give small bonuses or prizes on each phase to encourage them.
Anyone (or just the first one) who completes the whole hunt gets a big prize.
The clue to the next step is always based on the last page, and the lessons learned so far.
For fun and to develop your mind.
A book about the general techniques, methods and theories for solving different kinds of puzzles. Should be comprehensive, teach the underlying methods and how they work and not just give solutions to specific examples of puzzles.
If you think it’s important and your kids also seem to have an affinity to the subject, how would you go about it?
Have a site where all the important concepts, models, areas of interest and expertise, are explained in simple terms specifically for kids. Programs that take them from the basics to creating their own plans and executing on them give them tools to measure, evaluate and evolve.