# Math Activities

1. Look at the list the Freedom Train math facts and then create your own addition, subtraction problems to solve. Freedom Train Math Facts 2. Look at the list the Freedom Train math facts and then create your own multiplication and division problems to solve. Freedom Train Math Facts 3. Look at the map of the route of the Freedom Train. Choose two cities the Freedom Train traveled between. Find out how many miles are between the two cities by using Google maps. Add or subtract the number of miles from 1,947. Map of Route   Google maps Printable Train Route Map 4. Look at the map of the route of the Freedom Train. Choose two cities the Freedom Train traveled between. Choose two more cities the Freedom Train traveled between. Find out how many miles are between each of the two cities. Add the miles together and divide by two to find the average number of miles between both routes. Map of Route   Google maps Printable Train Route Map 5. Choose five states the Freedom Train traveled to. Make a bar graph to record the number of cities that the Freedom Train visited in each state. Write statements about your data. 1947-1949 Freedom Train Itinerary Bar Graph Template 6. Choose five months the Freedom Train traveled in. Make a bar graph to record the number of days that the Freedom Train visited in each month. Write statements about your data. 1947-1949 Freedom Train Itinerary Bar Graph Template 7. Draw your own Freedom Train. How many wheels would you put on the engine and each of the seven cars? What is the total number of wheels on your Freedom Train?
8. If there were five people inside each of the seven train cars how many passengers would there be in total? Draw a picture to illustrate. What if there were ten people inside each of the seven train cars?
9. The 1947 Freedom Train traveled 37,160 miles through 48 states. What is the average number of miles the Freedom Train traveled in each state?
10. How many years ago did the 1947 Freedom Train travel around the United States? 