These multiplying fractions with area models worksheets will help to visualize and understand the multiplication of fractions. 3rd and 4th Grade Students will learn multiplication of fractions with area model methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable multiplying fractions with area models worksheets.
6 Multiplying Fractions with Area Models Worksheets
Download the following worksheets and have a good time with your kiddos as the worksheets will provide interesting problems to be solved.
Simple Multiplying Fractions with Area Model Problems
Here, 2 you will find worksheets with 9 problems on each page. The first problem is solved for your convenience. In this worksheet, all you need to do is make segments of the boxes according to the denominators of the fractions. Then use color or lines to fill the boxes according to the numerators. Then, superimpose the boxes together and find the common area. The total segments of the final box the common area represent the denominator & numerator of the product respectively.
Tougher Multiplying Fractions with Area Model Practice
These problems are the next level from the previous worksheets. You need to deal with some big numbers here. The boxes are provided. But if you want to use bigger boxes, you can draw them on your practice book and solve the problems.
Draw the Area Models and Solve the Problems
Here, the area boxes are not provided with the worksheets. All you need to do is draw the area models, make segments, and represent the fraction. Then superimpose them and get the product.
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We’ve discussed multiplying fractions with area models worksheets simple problems, tougher problems, and drawing the area models. Download our free worksheets, and after practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their mathematical skills and have a better understanding of multiplication.
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