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.
Find this bridge that's full of haunting, empty, dark windows and rooms. Draw the bridge putting something or someone in each of the open windows.
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.
Find things that are: funny, disgusting, wonderful, nice but nasty, green, attached to something else and unidentified. Extra kudos if you find something that is two or more at the...
Imagine you are the last bear in Britain. Explore a wood as if you're that bear.
Go on a journey with a friend and make a journey stick to help you tell the story of your adventure when you get back.
Spread the word! Tell three people (e.g. friends/family/teachers) about Climate Week and ask them to run an event.
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.
Plant a tree in your garden, a park or nearby woodland
Find the poem carved on the Aylestone Globe and perform it to an audience. Can you get a standing ovation?
How far can you get without peddling or touching the ground?