Imagine being a medieval monk and lead a procession through the ruins. Can you persuade others to join you?
Find out what's under your feet and then write a minibeasts adventure story.
There are lots of new buildings across the canal here. Imagine what this area would have looked like 10/1000/1,000,000 years ago. What will it look like 10/1000/1,000,000 years in the future?
Find this bridge. Find the piece of graffiti that is the most: interesting, deep, curious, old or beautiful.
Find the poem carved on the Aylestone Globe and perform it to an audience. Can you get a standing ovation?
Try to identify the oldest thing (it could be a person!) in your neighborhood. Start a campaign to have it protected forever.
Use words from signs along the route to write a poem.
Make up a haunted history for Seafield House, locally known as the “Spooky House”... tell someone your tale as you explore the area.
Take part in the Big Seaweed Search while in Devon.
Find this cat. Improvise a story out loud that describes what it has seen, heard, smelt and felt while perched in this garden. How do you think it feels? What opinions do you think it has? How do you...
Think about the people who could have made your bag.
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.
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...
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..."