This video documents part of a live practice-led co-design project, a collective initiative with Muktangan School children who observe, assess critically, and then transform their learning environments through design and local craft. The most recent part of the research aimed to respond to learning situations outlined earlier during the mapping project in the home environment, through a series of sessions with the same class of Lovegrove Muktangan school children. Sessions provided children with a means to define design briefs and respond with designed and built objects/installations. They explored their home settlement and identified themes to which to respond: Mosquitos, open gutters, rubbish and recycling, more trees and fighting and bad language. Sessions spanned exploring on site, documenting with cameras, choosing design themes, interviewing inhabitants on the chosen topics, outlining which crafts were local to the settlement, pairing themes with materials and fabricators, designing responses, building initial prototypes, re-assessing the preliminary designed objects, re-designing the objects through annotated drawing techniques, liaising with fabricators, and finally presenting designs to inhabitants and the general public in-situ.