This sukkah represents freedom. The round table represents equality.
This sukkah shows a scene from when the Hasmonean kings were in charge. King Alexander Yannai refused to do the ritual in the Temple the way the people believed it should be done, and they pelted him with etrogrim (etrogs, a fruit we use on the holiday of Sukkot).
Here is a fifth grader making the same scene, folding paper into chairs and an altar.
Here we are explaining our sukkot and ideas to younger children.