Multiplying fraction worksheet, game, quiz and flash cards

Learn to how to multiply fractions with math activities on this page. This activity is for children in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grades.

Multiplying fractions

Learn Multiplying fractions with these fraction quiz.

Multiplying fractions walk the plank game

Learn Multiplying fractions walk the plank game with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions Time challenge quiz

Learn Multiplying fractions Time challenge quiz with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions hoop shoot game

Learn Multiplying fractions hoop shoot game with these fraction games.

Learn Multiplying fractions Grade or no grade with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions Football games

Learn Multiplying fractions Football games with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions Fling the teacher game

Learn Multiplying fractions Fling the teacher game with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions En garde games

Learn Multiplying fractions En garde games with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions catapult game

Learn Multiplying fractions catapult game with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions moonshoot game

Learn Multiplying fractions moonshoot game with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions pirate game

Learn Multiplying fractions pirate game with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions rally game

Learn Multiplying fractions rally game with these fraction games.

Multiplying fractions

Learn Multiplying fractions with these fraction flash cards.

Multiplying fractions

Learn Multiplying fractions with these fraction worksheets.

As students advance in their fraction education, multiplying tends to be the first bump in the road. The best way to overcome early frustration is to make learning fun. That’s why we composed this list of fun games, activities and worksheets to make practicing fraction multiplication enjoyable for all ages. Remember, when multiplying fractions, both the numerators and denominators need to be multiplied to get the correct answer. We encourage parents and educators to print out and share these materials to help students’ better understand fractional word problems. These materials are best used in 3rd to 6th grades.