## Multiplying Decimals Resources

Teaching students that multiplying decimals is just like multi digit multiplication, only with a decimal point involved, is a lot easier thanks to the worksheets below. Whether working with spare change or other remainders, itâ€™s important to know how to multiply numbers that are not integers. Let students draw on the following material to enhance their practice and learning experience.

Decimal points might intimidate third, fourth and fifth graders, but these resources help make multiplying decimals easy. Decimal numbers are not integers, but some of the same ideas students have learned about multiplying still apply. When multiplying decimals it helps for students to understand how it is like multiplying multi-digit numbers, and these worksheets emphasize the similarity to help students learn how to multiply decimals. It is just one strategy that students can learn in these activities and worksheets to make multiplying decimals simple. Worksheets include multiple practice problems to teach how to multiply decimals. Other resources for multiplying decimals include real world applications, such as calculating sales tax, and lesson plans. Once students master multiplying with decimal points, they can move on to our

decimal division resources.