Create a maze that can’t be seen because it winds through your neighborhood. Create a map for your friends to use to find their way through the maze, and if someone manages to complete it without...
Follow this link and follow a ship for five days. Where does it go? What’s it distributing? What can you find out about it?
Spend 5 days living on a budget of just $1.25 or £1.00 a day.
Explore from a bug’s-eye view. Take photos of a place close-up to make a tiny place look like a whole new world or ecosystem. Can you find the hidden jungle in your backyard or playground?
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Use yarn to create "web art" in a public place by stringing yarn between trees or posts in an interconnected web. You could think of a theme (trade, people, emotions) and hang pictures or words...
Ask some people who have moved to your local area the story of why they moved there.
Where in the world aren’t your recipes from?
Try to identify the oldest thing (it could be a person!) in your neighborhood. Start a campaign to have it protected forever.
Can you ‘notice’ three things that you’ve never observed before within a 5 minute walk of your home?
Using only words you can find on signs in your community, tell a story about it. Include yourself in the story.
Write a play that can only be performed in a specific place.
Make a map of smells instead of sights in your neighborhood. Upload a snap of the smelliest thing you see.
Photograph the things that you think hold your community together and create its identity.
Tell Congress to support the Teaching Geography is Fundamental Act. Take action today at SpeakUpforGeography.org. Send a letter to each of your representatives then spread the message through...