Hi there, I really need some help from year 4 teachers please! I've got an interview lesson this week, it is teaching numeracy, any learning objective I like. I've decided to do a lesson on fractions. I want to do some kind of "pizza challenge" so I can make it fun and interactive for the children. I am not sure exactly where year 4 should be at this point in the year though, I don't know what level to pitch my lesson at as I have never taught year 4 before! I was thinking of asking children to find 1/2's 1/3's, 1/4's of numbers. I'm going to make pizza's out of paper and split them into different fractions. Then i'm going to give children counters (pepperoni) that they have to find half/quarter of etc by sharing the counters equally on the different slices. I'm hoping that children will see that to find a half they need to divide by 2 and so on. Is this going to be too easy?! It's so hard to know at what level the children will be working at as I've never met them! Any advice would be really appreciated, many thanks.