This last weekend my 9 year old who previously showed 0 interest in aviation and fought against going flying decided he liked MSFS when we were at the NH Aviation Museum in Manchester. He loves it and is working through the lessons that MSFS provides as missions in the program. When I started my pilot training, the Jepp private pilot book was a crash course in all of the science classes I'd taken in HS and some of college. Since he doesn't have that background its clearly not a place to start and the AIM is a mix of practical like this is how you fly a pattern, and navigation with other more advanced concepts this seems a bit beyond what he needs to enjoy MSFS at this point. The goal is to give him enough to understand what MSFS is asking him to do and possibly get him interested in aviation for real. What other resources are out there and appropriate for young aviation students?