This version contains 102 game cards with sums up to 10. Included are cards with pictures for addends up to 9 and a full set of cards with just numerals. This allows you to differentiate based on your students’ needs. The pictures are also switched up in order, demonstrating the commutative property of addition facts.
I like to use these with the Kagan strategy of “quiz, quiz, trade.” Students move around the room finding partners. When they have a partner, they quiz each other, then trade cards and move on to another partner. This allows them to not only practice the card they are being quizzed on but also to learn different cards so they can quiz their classmates. For this reason I do not put the answers on the back of the card so the person giving the "quiz" has to solve the problem as well.
You can also use the cards as a center (to make it self-checking, simply write the answer on the back of the card) or for sorting different ways to make a number. The possibilities are endless!