For years, games were tools for learning and continue to do so. The rise in use of digital devices and learning opportunities online has paved the way for Game Based Learning. Games have become part of traditional classrooms and online teaching mediums. https://www.lidolearning.com/blog/why-game-based-learning-will-make-your-child-smarter/
Score from the experts at Killer Visual Strategies
Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 65%
Content - 80%
Usability - 75%
This design discusses game-based learning for children, using a mix of icons and illustrations to supplement light text. In some spots on the design, the key information isn't highlighted (such as in the 5 Benefits section, where numerical data isn't bolded or otherwise called out), but in the final section some data visualization and dynamic typography is used to that effect. Make sure the data is the star of your design! It's also beneficial to use icons and illustrations that all share a common style; when using multiple styles and an inconsistent palette, the design can feel disjointed. It's great to see a good source list at the bottom of the design to verify all the information, though. In all we'd give this a C.