Question 1 a) An average primary schoolteacher is ill equipped to handle a multigrade classroom situation. The nature of curriculum and textbooks, which are prepared almost entirely in a monograde context create further problems. Teacher training programs have not focused on practical issues and techniques for handling multigrade teaching studies. There is no training package for multigrade teachers. The aspects could be time management, improving teaching skills, preparation and organization of the teaching learning materials, organization of art and cultural activities. Timetables are not flexible enough. Scarcity of varied levels and types of materials. Inadequate school facilities. Lack of flexible and special types of curriculum organization. Multigrade classes are in very bad conditions. b) Consider learners abilities instead of grade levels. Create activities for groups not being taught. Incorporate everyday experience into learning. Assure parents with specific information. Classroom management. Collaborative learning. Using differentiated instruction. Connecting the teaching to real life situations. Integrating technology in teaching. The flexibility of the teacher.