# Multiplying Fractions Using Visual Models Worksheets

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Our free multiplying fractions using visual models worksheets are worth being ecstatic about as they help children instantly key into fraction multiplication. Whether it's multiplying fractions using number lines, arrays, or area models, the printables included in our compact collection fit around them all. What's more, each set contains answer key so kids get to validate their solutions in a jiffy. Soon, students will discover that finding the product of two fractions or fractions and whole numbers is as easy as ABC!

These pdf practice resources are best suited for students in grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.

CCSS – 4.NF, 5.NF

Multiplying Fractions Using Number Lines

Say hello to these number lines, which are ready and raring to help kids nail multiplying a fraction by a whole number in this free printable! "Hop" on the number line diagram as many times as the given whole number to reach the answer.

Multiplying Fractions Using Models

Let 4th grade and 5th grade learners first study the well-defined illustrations before answering the simple questions set here. Watch them enter into the spirit of multiplication of fractions and whole numbers using visual fraction models!

Multiplying Fractions Using Arrays | Worksheet #1

This segment of our free pdf multiplying fractions worksheets features neatly drawn arrays having sets of colorful figures like triangles, pentagons, and circles. Children must count the figures in each row and answer the questions correctly.

Multiplying Fractions Using Arrays | Worksheet #2

Every illustrated array consists of objects placed in equal rows. The easy questions based on the illustrations help hammer home the concept of multiplying fractions using arrays. Perfect for grade 5 and grade 6 children.

Multiplying Fractions Using Area Models

Watch students train themselves to use our free area models worksheet and find answers through these visual treats. They must count the number of double-shaded units in each rectangular area model to find the product of two fractions.