# Fraction Multiplication Word Problems Worksheets

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Hold on to our free multiplying fractions word problems worksheets and rest assured about multiplying fractions! An unbeatable bunch of printable practice worksheets, our resources work like magic when the going gets tough in fraction multiplication! Toss off answers to real-life word problems by simplifying fractions when required and finding the product of proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers with the correct units. Our pdf fraction multiplication word problems worksheets are equipped with answer keys for quick self-validation, too.

These worksheets are well suited for 4th grade through 7th grade students.

CCSS: 4.NF, 5.NF

Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers Word Problems

Let children swing into action and find the product of fractions and whole numbers with accuracy and speed. Kids are required to multiply proper fractions and improper fractions by whole numbers in the word problems here.

Multiplying Fractions by Cross Cancelling Word Problems

Grade 4, grade 5, and grade 7 kids will gain an advantage over their peers by solving this exclusive multiplying fractions word problems worksheet accurately. That the set heavily relies on cross cancelling makes the job easy!

Multiplying Mixed Numbers Word Problems

Quench the quest of the zesty learners with the sea of fraction multiplication practice in our free multiplying mixed numbers word problems pdf worksheet. Let them double-check the solutions using the included answer keys.

Multiplying Mixed Numbers and Fractions Word Problems

Let children bring their A-game as they practice our multiplying fractions word problem worksheet. Read the problems, find the products of mixed numbers and fractions, and obtain solutions with accuracy and ease!

Our free printable Thanksgiving-themed worksheet with word problems involving multiplication of like fractions, unlike fractions, whole numbers, and mixed numbers will spur 6th grade and 7th grade kids' practice to greater growth.