Explore somewhere like a giraffe, like a tiger, like a hippopotamus, like a human, like a scorpion, like a hyena and like a Komodo dragon.
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Create a superhero or supervillain with weather-related powers. Make a comic strip that shows how weather can be a power for ‘good’ or ‘evil’.Who or what is your nemesis?
Travel 100 metres without being seen.
Find a plant that is being damaged, hurt or restricted in some way. Write an email on its behalf to someone who might be able to help. Can you get it the help it needs?
Put on a performance for a CCTV controller. You could improvise a short play, show off a dance routine or hold a full blown talent show.
Your local TV station needs someone to report the weather. Film an audition reel - they’ll be looking for both accuracy and style.
Take a picture of any plant or animal and upload it to National Geographic Kids MyShot with the tag #GreatNature.
Design a memorial to remind people of you.
Decorate a pizza like planet Earth, then make, cook and eat it.
Explore Toad Hole Woods as if you were a toad. Who can hop the furthest and 'ribbit' the loudest?
Make it through this tunnel without being passed by a single cyclist. If a cyclist enters while you're trying to make it to the other side, try again!
Go on a rockpool ramble and show us a snap of what you find.
As you pass through this bird reserve, mark each bird you see, hear or sense out of five on different criteria. You can judge them on how pretty they are, how good they sound, how big their poops...
Simulate different types of weather. Can you fool other people or even some scientific equipment?