# Kindergarten Problem Solving Activities

Situations can be acted out and/or presented with pictures or words.

Math drawings facilitate reflection and discussion because they remain after the problem is solved.

For addition, the count is stopped when the amount of the remaining addend has been counted. For subtraction, the count is stopped when the total occurs in the count.

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