Get off your bike at the entrance to Sprotbrough Flash Nature Reserve and go on a micro expedition. Investigate 10 square centimetres of the nature reserve extremely thoroughly. What does it tell you...
Find two plants growing by the side of the canal and ask people which one they like best. Are people prejudiced about looks, smell or something else the most?
Using stuff you find in nature, create a petit rugby pitch and score a tiny try.
Look up. Investigate this bridge and find a point of view that makes it look like nature has taken over.
Send us a picture of more birds on this wall than you can see in this picture.
Figure out where this picture was taken from and go there. Take your own photo that copies this one as best you can.
Carefully explore this place to find one of Stonehouse's secretive Great Crested Newts. If you can find one, ask its permission and then sketch its portrait.
Find this cat. Improvise a story out loud that describes what it has seen, heard, smelt and felt while perched in this garden. How do you think it feels? What opinions do you think it has? How do you...
Find and collect something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue...
Find and taste a global dish that has been made (almost) entirely from local ingredients.
Hold a slow cycling race - agree an end point and cycle there as slowly as you can. The last person to reach the finish line (without stopping, falling over, or putting feet down) wins!
Sit in silence for one minute and listen for as many different bird tweets, chirps, whistles or songs as you can.
Find a view that looks natural but sounds unnatural. Close your eyes and imagine the view that matches the sound, then put your fingers in your ears and imagine the sounds that match the view.
Locate this Bronze Age family and look at the landscape through their eyes.
Draw what you think this view would have looked like 100 year ago and 100 years into the future.