I have always felt that touch points are a very helpful tool for students who are just beginning to learn addition and subtraction skills. I'm sure most teachers have a set of touch point numbers with the dots on the numbers. I too have a set and I use them with lessons, however I frequently notice that students don't seem to pay attention to where the dots are placed. So I started thinking, why not take those boring touch point cards and put pictures on them and make them interesting for students. So I dressed up touch points with sea animals and I'm sharing my work with you. I used sea animals because my classroom theme is under the sea, however if your classroom theme is stars, balloons, rainbows, etc. and you would like a set, I can make one for you at the same cost as this set. Just visit my blog (www.hugsfortheteacher.blogspot.com), click the "e-mail me" button and send me your request.