Perhaps my interest in the infographics on “Common Mythconceptions” led me to Visualistan, which I bookmarked in my Pocket account awhile ago. The specific infographic I thought might be useful for my students was, “How Long Did Famous Structures Take to Build?”
Having time during this Spring Break, though, I found some others that might be of interest in educational settings. For example, if your students are doing animal research, you might want them to take a look at, “Travelling Speeds of Animals,” or “Sleep Habits of the Animal Kingdom.”
Another one that I find intriguing is, “Cultural Differences in Teaching Around the World.”
Like “Common Mythconceptions,” I would not recommend the entire site of Visualistan for elementary students, but single infographics from the site could certainly be used at all levels. There are many real-life math applications and engaging topics, from “Lego Bedrooms,” to the “Evolution of Video Games.” You could create your own questions, have students create questions, and eventually allow students to create their own infographics!