My daughter takes an outside class and I'm taking college classes so we flex around those. What I figure is that the average student should be in school from 8:30 - 3PM and after that have homework so this is what we do:
Bible first thing in the morning
History/Geography next thing up, I use the SCM modules but we do Bible every day and History & Geography every day. This means we go through the modules faster.
Then she goes up to the PS for Choir and I do stuff I need to do,
After lunch she comes back and we work on Math or Literature, Foreign Language or Science
I weave Art History & Music History, Church History & Philososphy into my History time.
Some days we do History in the afternoon and on afternoons when I go to college she does homework by herself.
This may sound confusing but I try to have her work on all the main subjects of Bible, History, Math, English, Science, & Foreign Language everyday. Within each of those basic subjects what we do varies day to day. With the SCM Online Organizer it is easy to figure out and assign work for the day. I print out a schedule after I'm done teaching and she works on homework checking off her printed schedule and then that night or the next morning she turns it in to me and I check off stuff on the computer and get a new plan for a new day.
I've used the SCM Online Organizer for five years and it is the single most best investment that I have ever made and I've homeschooled for over 25 years. I wish I'd had it back when I began.