Measure wind speed and direction by blowing bubbles, then report your findings online.
Watch a climate-related film like Arctic Tale (2007), Over The Hedge (2005), Ice Age, or Avatar (2010).
Think of 10 questions and answers relating to climate change and host a quiz for your friends or family.
Listen to the sounds you can hear while sitting in your tent.
Do you get wetter if you run or walk in the rain?
Follow this link and follow a ship for five days. Where does it go? What’s it distributing? What can you find out about it?
Plant a tree in your garden, a park or nearby woodland
How long does it take you to find two (nearly) identical snowflakes? A microscope or magnifying glass will help you to complete this mission.Submit a sketch or photograph of the snowflakes.
Blindfold yourself and get a friend to direct you to the middle of the maze.
Spread the word! Tell three people (e.g. friends/family/teachers) about Climate Week and ask them to run an event.
Click here to see if you can spot buoys moving in response to recent earthquakes (which you can check out by clicking here).
At sunset in your location find a webcam that is just before dawn in its location. Enjoy your dinner as you watch sunrise there and the sunset where you are.