Design a ticket to be used by the animals that cross this bridge.
Explore a local stream, river or lake looking for trash and animals. How many birds, mammals, fish and reptiles do you find for every piece of human waste?
Take steps to avoid pixie tricks!
Can you pick up ice using just a piece of string and some salt? Can you do it without tying any knots? Give it a try...watch out for cold fingers!
Photograph or sketch everything you can find that is part of the water cycle.
Photograph something you can find that makes up part of the water cycle.
Get water to go the way you want it to. You can experiment with dams, weirs, wheels, pumps or just asking nicely.
Can you make flowers change colour?
Write a story about a real or imagined journey going from the source of a river to its mouth.
Stand on the bridge over the weir with your eyes closed and listen to the water facing upstream then downstream. Does the sound match how it looks? Imagine how it would feel.
Go swimming. Move through the water like a fish, a crab, a frog, a whale and a squid.
Create a mashed-up and cross cultural dance routine that reveals how water is important to different people across the world. Flash perform your dance somewhere people would least expect it!
Find the part of the lock in the picture. What is it for?
Discover the joy of growing your own food - try tomatoes, strawberries, chilies, beans, peas or any herb!
Close your eyes and listen to the water fall. Where in the world can you imagine you are as you listen? Write poetic words to describe this other place.