Go exploring for different colours and textures of soil. Layer them into an extra large jar with air holes in the lid and add some worms. Watch what happens next.
Find something dead that is helping something living.
Find something hard, soft, sticky, crumbly, silly, cool, brown, tiny, massive, smelly, mean, round, flat, strange, normal, straight, flying, underneath and something new.
Find, stalk and photograph every producer and consumer in a food chain.
Next time you find a dead animal, draw a white line around its body and find out who killed it, how, when, where, and why.
Let a dog take you for a walk (you can even go on all fours if you like!) and then think about how you sensed the world differently.
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?
Make a bird hide from local found materials
Persuade a dog owner to let you give it a second name.
Imagine all the things around you have never been discovered before. What would you name them? Start a small field notebook and fill it with sketches of your newly named findings.