# Multiplying Fractions Worksheets

# Multiplying Fractions Worksheets

## Welcome to our printable multiplying fractions worksheets!

To multiply fractions, you multiply straight across on top and straight across on bottom.

That means you multiply the numerators (the top numbers) and write that answer on the top of your solution fraction. Then, multiply the denominators (the bottom numbers) and write that answer on the bottom of your solution fraction.

Multiplying fractions helps students understand proportional relationships and is widely used in real-life situations, from recipes to measurements. Encourage your child to practice and visualize multiplication as part of their math learning.

## Multiply Fractions for Beginners (Printable PDFs)

In the multiplying fractions worksheets below, students will practice multiplying fractions with numerators and denominators ranging from 1-6. These worksheets are great for students who are just beginning to learn about fractions or who need some extra practice.

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## Multiply Fractions with Common and Unlike Denominators (Printable PDFs)

In this section, students will practice multiplying fractions with numerators and denominators ranging from 1-10. These worksheets are great for students who understand how to multiply fractions and are ready for more of a challenge.

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## Multiply and Divide Fractions (Printable PDFs)

In this section, students will practice multiplying AND dividing fractions. Remember: To multiply fractions, just multiply straight across on top and straight across on bottom. To divide fractions, turn the division sign into multiplication and flip the second fraction upside down.

## Multiply Fractions and Whole Numbers (Printable PDFs)

In this section, students will practice multiplying fractions with whole numbers. In the worksheets below, students will need to know that in mathematics, the word “of” means to multiply.

“2/3 of 8” means “2/3 times 8.”

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