This activity goes along with the Harcourt math series (2005) Grade 2, Chapter 16, however, the material is just as good to cover the same skill in any series. The level of interactivity depends on the purpose of the activity. For example, in some activities the purpose is to be able to identify the amount rather than create it, so in that case the activity is not interactive. There are, however, many interactive activities. This particular file has 19 pages, the first five are shown in the sample download file. This file includes making a bar graph from a tally table; finding range, median, and mode from a graph; following directions on a grid; reading a line graph; and predicting total amounts from a sample.