Make a map that can be given to kids who are new to your area.
Estimate the size of your ecological footprint. How long does it take you to walk from its center to its edge?
Training step 2 - Avoiding danger when exploring both online and outdoors.
Imagine you are the last bear in Britain. Explore a wood as if you're that bear.
‘Interview’ something that you’ve bought that was made in or comes from another country. What story does it tell you?
Spread the word! Tell three people (e.g. friends/family/teachers) about Climate Week and ask them to run an event.
Use a torch to make creatures in the dark against a wall.
Try to identify the oldest thing (it could be a person!) in your neighborhood. Start a campaign to have it protected forever.
Go outside and off-street with your art skills and leave a tag or mural in a wood, on a field or up a tree.
Turn empty mince pie cases into spy equipment including goggles, helmet, tracking device and an emergency blanket.
Ask some people who have moved to your local area the story of why they moved there.
Make up a word.
Make a mini haven for wildlife on your windowsill or in your garden.
Make a giant sign.
Create your own interpretation panel for a viewpoint's view.