# Multiplying fractions activities

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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.

Have you been wanting to give math pennants a try in your classroom but aren't sure where to start? In this post are lots of photos of math pennants that I have made along with a few free math pennants to try out with your students! I have made math pennants for algebra, geometry, middle school math and even elementary math topics including fractions. To date, there are over 100 to choose from!

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...

Read how I teach teach students to multiply fractions with area models with hands-on activities.. Students can practice with manipulatives and sort visual area models to help better understand the concept of multiplying with fractions. This activity can b

Fraction concepts are taken up a level in 5th grade and many of the topics are very abstract and difficult for students to understand. Multiplying fractions

A collection of upper elementary fraction lessons, activities, freebies, and resources especially for third, fourth, and fifth grade.

Multiplying fractions and whole numbers is not easy to teach - or learn how to do! This free printable makes it easier! Check out the post for ideas on how to teach it and grab your freebie!

Grab these FREE printable multiplying fractions worksheets right now. Your fifth-grade students will love the fun pixel art, while you will love that they are self-correcting. Perfect for homework, review, practice, and fast finishers.

Teaching fractions with hands-on manipulatives and activities helps students develop a conceptual understanding that will endure.

Challenge your students to multiply fractions as they work their way through the math maze!