This activity is a review of creating and interpreting graphs. There are 59 questions in total. Of these, 8 are multiple choice questions, 42 require the student interpret the graph provided in order to answer the question, 3 questions require the student create a line graph, there is one pie graph to create and one bar graph to create. Finally 3 questions require recall of facts from life science and physical science.
This activity could be used as a classwork assignment, a homework project, or a lesson for when a substitute is in the classroom.
I recommend that an overhead transparency be printed for those pages where the points plotted on a graph have to be hand checked. The overlay makes the correcting process much quicker and easier.