She has 3 activities for her students to do in each station.
She has a class journal in several of her stations. This was the part that I really liked. She has a spiral notebook that is used by all of the students who go to the station. In it, students record pictures and sentences about what they did in the station or something they learned. The examples I looked at varied from pictures, to diagrams, to sentences, etc. You could give your students a focus or let them make their own decisions about what they journal about.
Instead of photocopying recording sheets or putting loose paper in the station, the teacher used the journal. It was a great assessment piece for showing student growth over time. Here is a pre-k example.
I liked the way the teacher managed sorting activities too. She grouped them on poster board using Velcro instead of having lose pieces that go all over the table or floor.