Welcome to the Math Salamanders Multiplying Mixed Fractions.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable fraction Worksheets
which will help your child understand how to multiply mixed fractions (or mixed numbers) together.

We have a calculator to help you to multiply two fractions together.

You can multiply mixed numbers or multiply a fraction by an integer too.

All the working out is shown step-by-step so you can see how it is worked out.

Here you will find a selection of Fraction worksheets designed to help your child understand how to multiply a mixed fraction by another fraction, or to multiply a mixed fraction by an integer.

The sheets are carefully graded so that the easiest sheets come first, and the most difficult sheet is the last one.

Before your child tackles multiplying mixed fractions, they should be confident with multiplying fractions which are not mixed, as well as converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, and using simplest form.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- multiply 2 mixed fractions together;
- multiply a mixed fraction by a whole number;
- apply their understanding of simplest form;

We have a support page designed to help you learn to multiply mixed fractions with lots of worked step-by-step examples.

You can learn how to multiply two mixed fractions, or a mixed fraction by a whole number.

Take a look at some more of our resources similar to these.

To multiply two fractions together, simply multiply the two numerators together, then multiply the 2 denominators together.

To divide one fraction by a second fraction, you need to invert the numerator and denominator of the second fraction so that the 'old denominator' is on the top, and the 'old numerator' is on the bottom half of the fraction. They can then be multiplied together to give an answer.

The printable fraction pages below contains more support, examples and practice multiplying and dividing fractions.

This is also sometimes called reducing fractions to their simplest form.

This involves dividing both the numerator and denominator by a common factor to reduce the fraction to the equivalent fraction with the smallest possible numerator and denominator.

This support page shows how to convert improper fractions to mixed numbers, and how to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions.

You will also find printable support sheets, and several practice math worksheets for this learning fractions skill.

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