The range of literacy needs in the Kindergarten classroom are vast, with some children beginning school able to read and write, whilst others are still learning basic literacy skills...and that's okay. This year, two of our classes have been trialling a range of new strategies to help students develop their skills in literacy, including the use of combined literacy groups across classrooms. KP and KB students have been working together trialling a range of quality, differentiated literacy small-group activities. These groups allow students to practise and develop literacy knowledge, skills and understandings. It has been fantastic to have a number of enthusiastic parent helpers in the classrooms to support students through these tasks. Students have benefited from individualised instruction and more specific groupings to suit individual needs. The students love working together with peers across classrooms.