- Place the corner of a piece of paper on the symbol that locates a city.
- Make a mark on the edge of the paper where it touches the symbol that locates the other city.
- Lay the paper along the scale of miles. Read the distance where the pencil mark meets the scale.

## DRAW A MAP OF A TREASURE ISLAND |

- If I had to visit THREE of the main towns the shortest distance I would travel is __________miles.
- If I started my journey at the cliffs and went to the nearest forest I would travel ____________miles.
- The longest river is ________miles long.
- The lake is ___________miles wide and _________miles long.
- The shortest distance from the main town to the nearest settlement by road and track is _________miles.
- The shortest distance from the main town to the nearest settlement in a straight line is ___________miles.
- If I travelled at 4 miles per hour it would take me _____hours ______min. to get from the cliffs to the nearest settlement by road and track.
- If I had to travel the whole length of the river from its source and then by track and road I would have to travel ___________miles to get to the treasure.
- If I walked around the islands coastline I would cover a distance of __________miles
- The area of the largest forest is __________square miles.
- If I travelled from the cliffs to the lake I would be travelling in a _________ direction.
- The treasure is compass bearing ____________ from the lake.