5 STEPS TO MAKE INFORMATIONAL INFOGRAPHICS SIMPLE FOR KIDS!

I love using infographics for learning. As an artsy kid, these visuals would have really helped my learning. However, some infographics are often too complex or cluttered for the younger kids to follow. An INFORMATIONAL INFOGRAPHIC is one type out of nine or more other types. It usually gives a general overview of a subject.


  1. It should have a clear message and stay on message. This message clearly states SIX TIPS TO START A GARDEN WITH KIDS.

  2. It generally includes a header to make the subject clear such as GARDENING FOR KIDS.

  3. The layout should be quick to read and uncluttered.

  4. Use colors, simple visuals, shapes, labels, and short, simple text to support the message.

  5. Create an organized flow for eyes to follow and use numbers or arrows to indicate steps.

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