Next time you take a train journey **observe **the exterior and interior of the train, what **3D shapes** can you see? **List them and record the properties** of these 3D shapes e.g. number of faces and vertices.

Study a London Underground map for** 5 minutes**; try and memorise **as many** stations as possible. Now take the map away, try and visualise and name as many stations as possible.

Plan a journey from your nearest train station to Liverpool Street. This will probably involve a train to Waterloo and then a Tube ride. How much will your journey **cost** you? Top Tip: You will need a Tube map for this activity.

I want to travel from Paddington to Knightsbridge – what is the **quickest** journey on the Tube I can make? List the instructions/**directions **for this journey.

Now I want to make the same journey but I need to drop something off to a friend at Bond Street on my way. List the instructions/**directions** for this journey.

Find out the **length** of each London Underground Line.** Represent this data on a bar graph**. Can you write some questions about your graph and ask a friend/family member to answer them using the data shown/interpret the data. E.g. Which is the longest line? What is the difference between the longest and shortest line?

**Upper KS2:** Find the mean, median, mode and range of the data.

What **speeds** do the trains on the overground and underground travel **per hour**?

Find out **how much** rail fares cost in 2010 and how much we pay today. What is the increase of rail fares over the past decade? Record as a **percentage**.

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