Some Professors put together IKEA inspired instructional booklets for their algorithms and data-structures lecture.
So far they've created assembly instructions for Quick Sort, BOGO Sort, Public Key Crypto, Binary Search, Merge Sort, Balance Tree, Graph Scan, and One Stroke Draw algorithms.
This is a pretty cool idea, or at least I thought so. My youngest son said "I don't particularly understand IKEA directions or algorithms so this is basically the worst of both worlds for me." Finally, we agree about something.
Hopefully, you find it helpful. If not, there's always Wikipedia.