Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers: Lesson for Kids


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What is the product of 1/2 x 4?

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1. What is 5/6 of 12?

2. How can we rewrite a whole number in fraction form?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Multiplying fractions isn't always as hard as it looks. It can be really simple and fun. Take this quiz to find out how good you are at multiplying fractions by whole numbers. You can also test what you know about writing whole numbers in fraction form.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The purpose of this quiz is to test these skills:

  • Rewriting whole numbers as fractions
  • Multiplying fractions by whole numbers
  • Using the addition method to multiply fractions by whole numbers

Skills Practiced

Other skills you will use in this assessment include:

  • Problem solving - use what you have learned to multiply fractions by whole numbers
  • Making connections - show what you know about adding fractions when you multiply them by whole numbers
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to rewrite a whole number in fraction form

Additional Learning

For a review of how to multiply fractions, read the lesson called Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers: Lesson for Kids. In this lesson you will review:

  • The different parts of a fraction
  • How turning whole numbers into fractions works
  • Examples of multiplying fractions by whole numbers to solve problems