Take photos of three different animal tracks near your home or on holiday.
Wet a patch of dirt before you go to bed. Take a photo of any tracks you find when you wake up.
Go pond-dipping and identify what you find. Submit your results online and discover the health of your pond.
Walk from the most to the least: exciting, interesting, stressed, restricting, green and then happy parts of a local place.
How many different animals and plants can you find waiting on the platforms of this disused station?
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Follow this link to find out what news stories are appearing in other countries… but not yours.
Click here to see if you can spot buoys moving in response to recent earthquakes (which you can check out by clicking here).
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...
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.
Go for a walk where there are lots of sounds and record the noises around you. Do the same walk again whilst listening to the recording you just made.
Be silent for one minute exactly and listen to the birds. Take inspiration from what you hear and invent your own bird song.
Write, perform and record a song using words in street signs.