Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers Readers' Theater
Are you looking for a fun, quick way to help your students learn math vocabulary or review your fraction unit? My students love this reader's theater script that reinforces vocabulary while also practicing reading fluency. This readers' theater script focuses on how to multiply a fraction by a wh...
Math Menu: Multiplying Fractions
This Math Menu gives your students the chance to make their own curricular choices while they practice multiplying fractions with real life problems.
Multiplying Fractions Digital Activity
This collection of 3 digital mazes is an engaging activity to practice multiplying fraction without mixed numbers. This resource can used as partner work, a game, a small group activity, for fast finishers, or for a whole class activity.***INCLUDES DIGITAL VERSION OF ALL 3 MAZES IN GOOGLE SLIDES. EA...
How to Multiply Fractions in Four Easy Steps
This article shows you how to multiply fractions in four easy steps. How do you multiply mixed numbers? What is an improper fraction? This article, which includes a short video, will answer all these questions and leave you with the knowledge and confidence to multiply any fractions.
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Task Cards
Get your 4th or 5th grade students engaged and constructing a house with these real world themed "House Plan" Multiplying and Dividing fractions (by fractions and by whole numbers) task cards. Your students will multiply and divide fractions to solve word problems related to the area of different spaces in the house. Print as worksheets or use as task cards. Put these in a station or center for extra practice! Extension activities are included! Common Core aligned.
FREE Fractions Operations Review
This is a FREE printable and digital fractions review (or quiz!) that covers all fraction operations. This activity includes fraction word problems and number problems. It is perfect for grades 5+ (Or for your ambitious 4th graders!) Content includes mixed numbers, unlike denominators, etc.)These...
Hands-On Math Multiplying Fractions
Multiplying fractions can be an easier skill for students to do, but difficult skill for students to deeply understand. This activity gives students hands-on experience acting out and modeling scenarios where they multiply fractions in everyday life! This product includes:•An instructions page for t...
Multiplying Fractions - Teaching with a Mountain View
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
Fraction Operations Error Analysis | Distance Learning | Google Classroom
Engage your students with 16 Error Analysis worksheets covering all fraction operations, including multiplying fractions, dividing fractions, adding fractions, and subtracting fractions. The packet includes5 Adding Fractions Error Analysis Tasks4 Subtracting Fractions Error Analysis Tasks3 Multiply...
Anchor Charts - Teaching with a Mountain View
★♥★ #Maths for kids - #Multiplying #Fractions Anchor Chart ★♥★ Here is our big multiplying fractions anchor chart! We covered multiplying whole numbers by fractions, multiplying fractions by fractions, and multiplying mixed numbers.
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Coloring Activity
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Coloring ActivityThis is a fun way for students to practice multiplying and dividing fractions. There are 20 problems total, separated into two columns. Students find each product or quotient, then look for matching answers between the columns. They color the "I ...
Multi-Match Game Cards 5F: Multiplying Fractions Using Area Models from K-8 Math Sense on TeachersNotebook.com (10 pages)
Grade 5 Multi-Match Game Cards for Multiplying Fractions Using Area Models: This set of 36 printable cards helps students understand multiplication of fractions using area models, called for by Common Core standard 5.NF.4b. Students will match multiplication expressions to the product or to an area model. ~by Angie Seltzer