Discover the joy of growing your own food - try tomatoes, strawberries, chilies, beans, peas or any herb!
Buy a simple old jigsaw from a charity shop, put it together and draw a map on its back that leads someone to something or somewhere special.
Find, stalk and photograph every producer and consumer in a food chain.
Hear and record sounds that would have been heard 100, 1000 or even 10,000 years ago.
Search for wildlife in this meadow. How many types of animals can you spot?
Find out what's under your feet and then write a minibeasts adventure story.
Figure out where this picture was taken from and go there. Take your own photo that copies this one as best you can.
Plant a tree in your garden, a park or nearby woodland
Find two plants growing by the side of the canal and ask people which one they like best. Are people prejudiced about looks, smell or something else the most?
Estimate how many blades of grass there are in a field by rolling around in it.
Photograph places where the 'wild' is taking over from 'civilisation'.
Spin a yarn including the names of ten boats on this canal. Start your story off with the following words: "A fish named Georgie went for a wander..."
Training step 4: Dealing with situations.
Training step 5: What it means to be a Mission:Explorer.
How many different animals and plants can you find waiting on the platforms of this disused station?