Carry all the water you need to survive just for fun.
Visit a wood. How far can you walk in a straight line without bumping into a single tree?
Training step 3: First aid and reducing risks.
Training step 4: Dealing with situations.
Identify a problem that faces young people in your area: homelessness, kids without school supplies, lack of playgrounds or another issue.
Photograph evidence of where a non-native plant or animal has invaded a local ecosystem. Produce a ‘spotter’s guide’ to these invasive species.
Walk (or drive or cycle) between one neighborhood and the next. When do you know that you’ve definitely moved from one to the other?
Create a maze that can’t be seen because it winds through your neighborhood. Create a map for your friends to use to find their way through the maze, and if someone manages to complete it without...
Explore from a bug’s-eye view. Take photos of a place close-up to make a tiny place look like a whole new world or ecosystem. Can you find the hidden jungle in your backyard or playground?
Try to identify the oldest thing (it could be a person!) in your neighborhood. Start a campaign to have it protected forever.