Write a word, poem, letter or story for someone you like by photographing only natural things.
Find six earthworms in your garden or local park and identify them using the OPAL earthworm guide.
Visit a wood. How far can you walk in a straight line without bumping into a single tree?
Walk from the most to the least: exciting, interesting, stressed, restricting, green and then happy parts of a local place.
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.
Scientists need your help to find six important bugs. Can you find one of them? If you spot one, take a photo and submit your observation online.
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.
Become fascinated by what it would be like to explore as a tiny insect. Look inside the valleys, cliffs and canyons of cracked bark on trees and in other places. What curious things can you discover?
Create a mask. Design it to reflect a specific personality. When you put it on, take on that personality and explore somewhere.