Mastering the multiplication of fractions can be challenging for children, but these activities will help your students reach mastery! These engaging activities, presented in multiple learning modalities, will allow your students to effectively multiply various types of fractions. Whether digitally, with delicious snacks, or with manipulatives, these varying resource types will open multiple lanes of learning for your budding mathematicians as they practice multiplying both proper and improper fractions.

**1. Multiplying Fractions Drain Pipe Maze**

Use this creative drain pipe maze to master the multiplication of fractions. This resource is great for teaching students self-assessment skills since they must double-check their work with the provided puzzle pieces as they navigate through this entertaining fraction maze.

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**2. Multiplying Domino Fractions**

Play this three-round domino game to teach students how to multiply fractions. Create a multiplication mat, pictured below, and use dominos to multiply the numerators and denominators. This is a perfect resource for a math center rotation activity.

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**3. Multiplying Fractions by a Whole Number**

Expand your student’s knowledge of fractions with this hands-on resource. Use markers and paper to create these interactive cards to allow students to gain a conceptual understanding of multiplying fractions by whole numbers.

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**4. Multiply & Divide Fractions with Snacks**

Help 5th graders develop their understanding of fractions with some school fun! This activity uses snacks and treats to review word problems that involve the multiplication and division of fractions. Students will love manipulating these snacks to further their understanding.

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**5. Multiplying Madness: Multiplying Fractions Board Game**

Get your students and children to rave about fraction lessons with this interactive board game. In this game, players will attempt to race their individual pieces around the board as they multiply fractions by whole numbers.

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**6. Multiplying Fractions Digital or Physical Task Cards**

Assign these task cards digitally to have your students practice multiplying fractions. These cards can also be printed and used in class within many different games. The physical task cards can also be used in a scavenger hunt, a memory game, or as independent center work.

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**7. Multiplying Fractions by Fractions Scoot Game**

Utilize this engaging classroom activity to teach your students how to multiply fractions. This game helps to incorporate some movement into math center rotations. Simply set up the problems around the room and watch students travel around; trying to come up with the correct answers.

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**8. Pattern Blocks and Multiplying Fractions**

Multiply fractions by fractions using these pattern blocks. This fractions activity, designed for 4th and 5th-grade students, allows learners to use manipulatives to represent fractions that they will multiply. Use those pattern blocks you have lying around to represent the fractions and simply add a piece of lined paper to the mix for your students to practice multiplication.

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**9. Hands-On Math Multiplying Fractions**

Have your students act out and model example scenarios where they will need to multiply fractions in their everyday life! They will gain a good understanding of what’s required for multiple fractions with these two handouts, complete with a student reflection worksheet and answer key.

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**10. Fraction Word Problems: Multiplying and Dividing**

Implement word problems that require students to practice multiplying and dividing fractions. These word problems will help students see the real-world value of being able to multiply and divide fractions.

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**11. Multiplying Fractions Song and Interactive Quiz**

Implement this fun math animation into your teaching to help students understand how to multiply fractions by whole numbers. Go beyond conventional learning methods by teaching them this song, and then test them using the digital quiz tool.

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**12. Math Pennant Fraction Multiplication**

Display your student’s work with these pennants. These eye-catching pennants will allow students to display their work after solving difficult fraction multiplication. These simple paper shapes will brighten up any math lesson!

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**13. Multiplying Mixed Numbers Activity**

Master the multiplication of fractions with these fun mixed-number puzzles. Students will love these puzzles as they provide a fun, energetic way to help them practice the steps of fraction multiplication. Add these to a math center activity or incorporate them in a game for an exciting lesson plan.

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**14. Paper Folding Activity**

Use this simple paper activity for students to practice multiplying a fraction with a fraction. Sheets of paper and writing utensils are the only things needed to create these easy-to-use guides for multiplying fractions.

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**15. Fraction Multiplication Using Models**

Use these fraction multiplication models to solidify your fraction unit. These models are suitable for review up to 8th grade for practice multiplying fractions by whole numbers, other fractions, or mixed numbers.

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**16. Hands-On Video**

Use paper, markers, scissors, and a ruler to create easy, interactive manipulatives for students to use with fraction multiplication. They’re perfect for a flipped classroom model or math centers, and help make learning easy and fun!

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**17. Digital Multiplying Fractions Resource**

Employ digital resources in your fraction unit to expose students to another interactive teaching idea. These virtual manipulatives make drawing area models easy for students! Assign whiteboards to have students practice their work after multiplying fractions digitally.

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**18. Multiplying Fractions by Fractions and Whole Numbers**

Follow these simple step-by-step directions on how to multiply fractions. Use the animated video lesson, free worksheet, and provided answer key to cement fraction multiplication in your students’ minds.

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**19. Multiplying Fractions Anchor Chart**

Recreate this anchor chart to display for your students to see while they are practicing their work. Be intentional by creating this on chart paper so that students can use it as a model. These charts can be used in lessons and students can create their own in an interactive notebook.

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**20. Foundational Fraction Games**

Practice fractions on paper with these foundational fraction games that your students will love. These games will allow students to practice their math skills and master working with fractions. Use these as a review to get students to sort fractions and whole numbers before jumping into a multiplication unit.

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