Use an icicle to become a unicorn, narwhale or other creature with one horn.Write a comic strip that tells the story of your uni-horned adventure, starting from the place you first find the icicle.
Locate this Bronze Age family and look at the landscape through their eyes.
This statue has several pillars of different heights. Using natural materials that you find nearby, make an extra pillar.
Get water to go the way you want it to. You can experiment with dams, weirs, wheels, pumps or just asking nicely.
Write a story about a real or imagined journey going from the source of a river to its mouth.
Collect all the rubbish from a patch of land and make it into art.
Give a guided tour of this area to a Roman soldier who has been transported through time to today.
Find evidence of two animals (this includes insects!) that live in or around this hedgerow.
Dig around your garden and see what you find or make the cool Viking shield from NG KIDS issue 87! Send us a snap.
Create your own interpretation panel for a viewpoint's view.
Hear and record sounds that would have been heard 100, 1000 or even 10,000 years ago.
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.
Do something that it is worth telling somebody about.
Carefully explore this steep sided and lush woody valley. Use it as inspiration to write your own woody story.
Ask some people who have moved to your local area the story of why they moved there.