Visit a wood. How far can you walk in a straight line without bumping into a single tree?
Draw a picture of a continuous, 360 degree, view from under one or more trees in a park or wood.
Imagine you are the last bear in Britain. Explore a wood as if you're that bear.
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.
Carefully explore this steep sided and lush woody valley. Use it as inspiration to write your own woody story.
Make a dragon from found things.
Look into the eyes of this man. What's he thinking?
Find, stalk and photograph every producer and consumer in a food chain.
They say that the suburbs are areas where “they chop down trees and then name streets after them.” Can you find the hidden trees in your own suburban or inner city area?
Can you work out which direction is north just by looking for moss on trees?
Find something dead that is helping something living.
Who can find and climb the lowest tree branch?
Build a nest that is big enough for you and your eggs.