# Multiplying fractions activities

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### When my students feel good about themselves, they try harder. And when they try harder, they do even better. To me, math is all about c...

Jamie Nichols saved to School

### This is a fun cut and paste activity for multiplying fractions. Students will first solve 16 problems on multiplying fractions (also includes mixed numbers). This resource is great for self assessing because students will look and see if their answer is on one of the puzzle pieces. If not, they know that they need to go back and check their answer. In addition, students are able to check their work when they are putting the puzzle pieces together. This activity works best in groups of 2-4…

### This free multiplying fractions game is a fun way to practice this skill. Children solve expressions and area models and then find the answer on the BINGO card.

Melinda Pate saved to Homeschooling

### This Penguin Multiplying Fractions Scoot Game #2 (multiplying fractions by fractions) gives your students practice with multiplication of two fractions.

Nancy Sellinger saved to math

### This free multiplying fractions activity is a great way for children to use visual models or arrays to help them multiply a fraction by a fraction.

Klaudyna Łosińska saved to nowosci

### Fractions can be challenging for kids. I thought I'd see how my 10-year old son would do multiplying fractions. I made some fun ga...

Monica Clouse saved to Math stations

### Grab our multiplying fractions worksheets to practice finding the product using visual models and complete fraction multiplication equations.

Jacquelyn DeShone saved to Teaching math

### We finished up adding and subtracting fractions right before the break, and now we are hitting multiplying and dividing fractions. We began with multiplying fractions, and we did a mega-anchor chart. I teach 4th grade TAG students, so I am technically teaching them 5th grade standards, but they often need a review of 4th grade ... Read more

Carrie Lynn saved to Classroom Ideas!

### This blog post describes hands on strategies for teaching multiplying fractions with whole numbers. Your 5th grade students will enjoy these fun strategies and you will enjoy teaching knowing that using concrete, representational and abstract models your students will make connections and grow their learning. A link to a multiplying fractions game has also been included.

The Math Spot saved to Blog Posts - The Math Spot

### Are your students struggling to grasp the concept of multiplying fractions? Teaching your students how to multiply fractions with area models can help! With

Horain Khan saved to math