Are there some fun results in set theory to set as landmarks while introducing to kids?
For example, while introducing graph theory to kids, I could explain isomorphism via a pentagon and pentagram, introduce the Eulerian graph via the 7 bridges puzzle, show $V+F-E = 2$ as it is fun itself, and explain the Euler characteristic via drawing a utility graph on a coffee cup. These are funny results, but also linked up as an interesting journey.
Are there similar funny results to show the basics of set theory? The barber paradox could be one, but it's something to explain "why we need proper defined set theory", other than "real set theory stuff after drawing the boundary".