Plenty of material concerning oil education come in the form of toys. Cars, trains, tracks resembling bridges, routes, and freeways. If are on the right track to produce trains, why can’t we educate children about petroleum? By the time teenagers turn 16 years old, they know the importance of driving a car, but do the kids understand the responsibility of what drives that combustible engine under the hood of the car? Do we expect them to learn these lessons in their sleep? Parents must be dreaming. With the magnitude of oil covering geopolitics, industry assembly lines, and world trade, we risk our children being ignorant to what controls leadership in countries trying to develop around the planet.