The thing is that the Early Years are truly about creating rhythm, warmth and joy in the home. I think it is easy to turn into a curriculum junkie and research, research, research....Christopherus for the Early Years (the Kindy book) is not a day by day syllabus like the first grade or second grade, but has sections about putting together rhythm, lists of stories, ideas for festivals, etc...And Melisa Nielsen's "Before the Journey" book is similar, although told in fiction form from the perspective of four different families with different living situations and different spiritual backgrounds. Little Acorn is more day by day and nature inspired, Waldorf inpsired as it is written for home day care providers, many mothers are pleased with this. I have not seen Live Ed! but I imagine it also is geared day by day as it was by two classroom teachers..but it is very, very expensive and I have heard mothers say, at least about the grade levels, is that they needed quite a bit more time and energy and resources to flesh it all out.
Marsha Johnson has great free files on her yahoo group. I think if one can start with rhythm and then work toward a weekly rhythm that involves baking, gardening, crafts - the things that speak to you and plan it out, and add some festival celebrations you really can have a great year with a four year old or a five year old...Six needs longer stories and more complicated arts and crafts and things...
By First Grade, both Donna and Melissa's syllabi go day by day and such. Marsha continuues with a lot of free files. Perhaps go to Donna's forum and join, or Melissa's yahoo group and join, and see what voices speak to you and that will let you know what curriculum might appeal to you when the time comes.
Hope that helps, I know how hard it can be in the begining when we just want to see what is out there and collect resources, but there is also a lot to be said regarding just the doing. The doing is how you get to know what works in your own family, with your own child, what stories really resonate (oh, and don't forget the free www.mainlesson.com
for free seasonal stories). In Kindy the stories can be kept for two weeks to one month so you don't have to have that many!