Here is what I plan to do this year.
I have a post on how I organize The Mystery of History right here, if anyone is curious. :)
My Father's World First Grade with my 6yo. I love using MFW for Kindergarten and First Grade. I also have a post on how I organize My Father's World right here. It's the same for Kindergarten as with the First Grade materials.
Teaching Textbooks for grades 3 and up. Singapore 1A & 1B before that. TT3 (Teaching Textbooks, grade 3) seems to go well after that. All of my kids have done well with it. It's a keeper! Self-grading? I hardly have to teach math at all! Frees up my time for other things.
Learning Language Arts Through Literature. I like how it is all inclusive. :) So many different things to learn in those books.
Apologia older sciences.
Awana club at our church.
All Through The Ages by Christine Miller and use it as my guide to choosing readers for the kiddos to go with our history. LOVE IT!
A Young Scholars Guide To Composers" from Bright Ideas Press. You can buy it other places as well, it's on sale this month through BIP!
I'll probably get some other things as I research through the summer, too. Some fun stuff for the younger kiddos. I'd also really like to see if any of them are interested in learning an instrument. I've got a junior guitar, a keyboard, and a recorder. We'll see what happens.
high school level timeline books sold by My Father's World. I love how they separate the areas of the world. I got the idea from those books for my wall timeline, anyway.
this chart from Ambleside Online as a guideline
MISC: Cursive and typing for my 11yo. I tried cursive with him a couple of years ago, but he has difficulty with handwriting and just wasn't ready. As long as he KNOWS it by the time he graduates, I'll be happy. :p