An accessible task for students who are working remotely could be to collect data where they live relating to a range of topics, for example, weather, animal behaviour or traffic conditions. Students could count vehicles and sort them into groups such as colours, make, size etc and represent this on paper or digitally as a graph. If focussing on weather, they could collect data on rainfall or temperatures depending on the materials on hand (cup measure, thermometer etc). An interesting study could be collecting data about animals or birds in their yard, ie what their dog does in a typical day, what birds they notice in the space of an hour or more (or less!) or the behaviours of insects during different conditions. This type of information could be represented in a range of digital or non-digital ways including graphs, diagrams, and creative infographics.