These 10 multiplying fractions word problems are a great way to work on multiplying fractions using real-life examples. Get them FREE today. Have you ever heard, “I will never use this”? It is important for children to see how math is used in everyday life. And...

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These missing factor worksheets or task cards use conversation hearts to help children solve equations with missing factors, dividends, and divisors. Math was not easy for me in high school. I didn’t understand place value, and absolutely no fraction sense, and sat through most of...

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This FREE printable fraction game is a great way to practice solving fraction by fraction multiplication problems. There are simple expressions to solve, and there are some problems that require students to solve using an area model. There is one thing we as teachers know....

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These three cut and paste worksheets are perfect for multiplying fractions practice. It is a fun way to use area models to solve fraction by fraction problems. We get to continue our focus on multiplying fractions by fractions today!! We have already had so much...

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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. Yes, multiplying fractions by fractions is an upper elementary skill, but guess what. These big kiddos enjoy...

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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. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a...

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Lattice Multiplication is a method of multiplying that uses a grid. It helps children master large digit multiplication by keeping all the numbers organized. The free printable can be found at the END of this post. Click on the blue “get your free printable here” button....

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Multiplication Using Arrays and Base Ten Blocks is a great way to demonstrate why methods such as partial products and area model work! And it is hands on. This post may contain Amazon links and links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to...

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Area model is just one way of teaching multiplication. With a focus on place value, it is a great method for struggling mathematicians. The free printable can be found at the END of this post. Click on the blue “get your free printable here” button. Growing...

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Partial products is a great way to use expanded form and place value to help children multiply two – digit, three digit, or four digit numbers successfully. The free printable can be found at the END of this post. Click on the blue “get your free...

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