Multiplying Fractions {Valentine's Day Math}

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Our LOVE for Math Keeps Multiplying! Valentine's Day themed Journal Problems and Printable Practice Pages for Multiplying Fractions. This product is most appropriate for Grade 4, but you might find it useful as a review if you teach 5th grade.

What is included...

*4 Valentine’s Day Themed Fraction Journal Problems

*Blank Vocabulary Pages in both a half sheet version as well as a full sheet. Students can draw a picture to show an example as well as write the math word definition.

*7 Printable Practice Pages

The problems align to the following 4th Grade Common Core State Standards for Multiplying Fractions:

MACC.4.NF.2.4a

MACC.4.NF.2.4b

Each journal problem and printable page has an "I can…" statement to support your teaching and students' learning. Please see the table of contents for the listing of each page and journal problem included.

Journal Problems

  • I Heart Fractions {BLANK Fraction Vocabulary for Math Notebook}
  • I Heart Fractions {BLANK Full Page Vocabulary Sheet}
  • Love a Pizza Party! {I can write a fraction as a product of a whole number and a unit fraction.
  • Birthday Cupcakes {I can write a product of a whole number and a fraction as a product of a whole number and a unit fraction.}
  • Puppy Love {I can multiply a fraction by a whole number}
  • Baked with Love { I can multiply a fraction by a whole number.}
  • Answer Key for Journal Problems 

Printable Pages

  • Multiples of Unit Fractions 1 {I can write a fraction as a product of a whole number and a unit fraction.}
  • Multiples of Unit Fractions 2 {I can list the multiples of a unit fraction.}
  • Multiples of Fractions {I can list multiples of fractions.}
  • Puppy Love {I can multiply a fraction by a whole number.}
  • Multiplying Mixed Numbers {I can multiply a whole number by a mixed number.}
  • Baked with Love {I can multiply a fraction or mixed number by a whole number.}
  • Peace. Love. Fractions. {I can solve comparison problems with fractions.}

If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please email me at Jessica@theliteracyloft.com

Happy Teaching!

- Jessica

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