There are just so many good infographics and interactives out there that I’ve begun a new semi-regular feature called “Infographics & Interactives Galore.”

You can see others at A Collection Of “The Best…” Lists On Infographics and by searching “infographics” on this blog.

I’ll still be publishing separate posts to individually highlight especially useful infographics and interactives, but you’ll find others in this regular feature.

Here goes:

Canva for Education – Lesson Plans Incorporating Visuals Across the Curriculum is from Richard Byrne. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Creating Infographics.

How to Turn a Research Project into Infographics is from Edudemic. I’m adding it to the same list.

The Educators’ Guide to Infographics is from The Edublogger. I’m also adding it to the same list.

SuperTracker is an impressive interactive from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. It’s designed to help you track your diet and exercise. Surprisingly, though, it doesn’t appear to have a critically important feature — showing how much exercise is required to “work-off” calories gained from each food. Tons of research shows that’s key to help people become conscious of their diet. Fortunately, there are other tools on The Best Sites For Learning About Nutrition & Food Safety that do that. You can read an article in the Wall Street Journal that tells more about the site.

More Squash, Less Bacon: Calculating Your Real-Life Heart Risk is from NPR. I’m adding it to the same list.

Here’s an intriguing infographic (you may have to click through to see it all):

The 30 Most Dangerous Tourist Attractions In The World

I’m adding this next infographic to The Best Sites For Learning About Mother’s Day: