Anyway, each child’s crate has a set of dollar store cookie sheets and the individual subjects stacked on each. Since the kids do most of their work with me, I find that the stack of trays keeps me organized, not them. I do, however, send them out to do they’re “alone” work with a stack of trays.
Trays just take up so much less space! Above you can see that I have six subjects stacked up for my nine-year-old and it barely takes up more space than the one subject I have set out for my second grader.
Below is the oldest, doing his reading. His tray has a book, chart, and timer.
Here’s another shot of the trays spread out. This is memorization (Latin, history dates), cursive, and spelling with a flip camera to make it more entertaining. I don’t force a certain order, in fact, I just stack the trays according to ease of transport. That one with the camera would be on top since the stack would tip unattractively.