I did a physics degree 20 years ago and defected to maths, but I now want to learn particle physics myself using reading material. My route is advanced quantum mechanics, then quantum field theory, then the standard model. But what I would really like to begin with is a feel for the basic particle interactions. I found a great youtube video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpBF9aup5bQ, which gives some information on the Feyneman diagrams. But what I am really looking for is more detail, preferable with exercises and answers. I don't really want to get into the maths behind Feynman at this diagrams stage, but just want to know the rules.
Does anybody know of any lecture notes, or youtube videos on drawing Feynman diagrams for given particle interactions that could help me? Preferable with exercises and answers.