# Multiplying Fractions with Same Denominators Worksheets | Free PDF

Students need a lot of work to develop mental representations of Multiplying Fractions with Same Denominators Worksheets and** visualize related fractions** because fractions are such an abstract idea.

To help children with mathematics while also letting them enjoy Multiplying Fractions with Same Denominators Worksheets, I’m considering doing some enjoyable and engaging math exercises.

Like fractions are fractions with the same denominator. For example, â…•, â…–, â…—, etc are all like fractions, whose denominators are equal to 5. The two fractions we want to multiply come first when multiplying fractions. We first multiply the denominators (the bottom numbers) and then the numerators (the top numbers).

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**8 Different Ways of Multiplying Fractions with Same Denominators**

I believe that learning should be enjoyable and fascinating. By offering interesting learning opportunities, I hope to lighten the load on teachers or parents. I, therefore, engage in several activities to teach our kids more about multiplying fractions with the same denominator.

**Who Wants a Cake?**

Children love ice cream. So teachers or parents can make a cake and divide it like shown in the photo. Then they teach them how to multiply the fractions with the same denominator. After learning the problem, students can easily do the math on their own.

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**Pick Cards with Same Denominator**

Children love playing card games. Two people will participate. I prepare some** cards with fractional numbers **in the same denominator and instruct them to choose one card at a time. The first player chooses a card to get factions, which they will multiply. The second one will then carry on with this technique after that. Whoever mostly gets the right answers will win.

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**Multiply Fraction with Same Denominator Bingo**

Bingo score cards include the word “BINGO” across the top with 25 fractions on them. Our objective is to fill five of those squares in a row that is either vertical, horizontal, or diagonal. The caller is the player who announces** fractions** with the same denominator, like Â½*1/2, and the players will determine the multiplication of the fractions.

A player should shout “Bingo” to let the other players know they have won when they have five covered squares in a row on their scorecard. The caller will stop making new pairings when someone calls “Bingo.”

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**Puzzles of Multiplying Fractions with Same DenominatorÂ **

Parents and teachers can set up a task like the one shown in the photo. They can** make puzzles** like those shown in the photos.

**Dominoes ChallengeÂ **

Put the dominoes face down on the table and mix them up. Each player takes two dominoes for a game with more than three players. Each player displays their two dominoes and multiplies the fractions with the same denominators as shown in the photos.

**Multiplying Mixed Fractions with the Same Denominator**

It’s time to simplify **the multiplication of mixed fractions** with the same denominator. When multiplying mixed fractions with the same denominator, the mixed fractions must first be converted to improper fractions.

The numerators and denominators are then multiplied independently, and the result is then simplified.

**Â MultiplyingÂ 3 or More Fractions with the Same Denominator**

**Multiply the fraction’s** numerators and denominators to multiply fractions. Multiply the three numerators first, followed by the three denominators, to multiply any three fractions. Write the numerators and denominators as fractions after multiplying them.

**Multiplying Fraction MazeÂ **

Now it is time for a hard challenge for students. An interesting maze game is set up here for students to increase their knowledge about multiplying fractions with the same denominator.

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It is an excellent way to give kids an enjoyable way to practice Multiplying Fractions with Same Denominators Worksheets . Download the attached PDF and have fun playing with the children.

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