Photograph evidence of where a non-native plant or animal has invaded a local ecosystem. Produce a ‘spotter’s guide’ to these invasive species.
Sit on the bench and imagine you own the farm in front of you. What would you grow? What animals or vegetables would be banned?
Take a picture of any plant or animal and upload it to National Geographic Kids MyShot with the tag #GreatNature.
As you pass through this bird reserve, mark each bird you see, hear or sense out of five on different criteria. You can judge them on how pretty they are, how good they sound, how big their poops...
Go guerrilla and change a place with plants.
Turn a digital camera into a satellite. Hover it above the ground and take a picture of the view below.
Thank a bee on this bridge for playing its part in pollinating plants around the world and helping to make your dinner.
Explore outside and calculate how many birds, mammals, fish and reptiles you find for every piece of human waste.
Find your favourite wild flower. Let it know how you feel about it.
Think of 10 questions and answers relating to climate change and host a quiz for your friends or family.
Can you make flowers change colour?
Try these different things that are in season in the UK during March: rhubarb ~ beetroot ~ spring onions ~ cabbage ~ purple sprouting broccoli ~ leeks ~ carrots spring greens ~ kale ~ spinach ~...
Design and make a pizza that looks like a planet. Take a photo before you scoff it!
Draw a map of where your local free food supplies are.
Listen to the sounds you can hear while sitting in your tent.