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.
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 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...
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.
Draw what you think this view would have looked like 100 year ago and 100 years into the future.
... of your favourite place to walk. Take a picture of your favourite bit of the path.
Write a word, poem, letter or story for someone you like by photographing only natural things.
Find the poem carved on the Aylestone Globe and perform it to an audience. Can you get a standing ovation?
Spread the word! Tell three people (e.g. friends/family/teachers) about Climate Week and ask them to run an event.
Decorate a stick with natural materials you find during a walk. Tell the story of your walk to a friend or member of your family, using your journey or 'memory' stick for reminders.
Measure wind speed and direction by blowing bubbles, then report your findings online.
Find out what's under your feet and then write a minibeasts adventure story.
Find, stalk and photograph every producer and consumer in a food chain.
Plant a tree in your garden, a park or nearby woodland