Structuring is a major component of early numeracy. I typically work with older elementary students (grades 4 - 6) who struggle mightily with math. A major trend I immediately notice with the majority of these kids is that they struggle with addition/subtraction facts. They do not yet have their basic addition/subtraction facts down. Instead of focusing on memorization (which is proven to be the worst way to learn basic fact fluency), these cards combine two major components of number: Symbol and quantity. Kids are usually familiar with the ten frame set up, so I designed these cards to have fun colors in a pattern similar to a common ten frame/bead rack. These cards help kids make gains that last because of the imagery that goes along with each missing addend, allowing students to develop flexibility with basic addition and subtraction facts.