Fun thread! This has been DD's k4 year, and esp. with a new baby in the house, we've had an easy pace, just enjoying books and working on a few skills as we have time/motivation. But it gives a little bit of an idea of what might work for next year when she's 5.
Reading - Bob books, Progressive phonics, Starfall, whatever works to keep practicing fun
Writing - HWT, moving from K to 1
Math - CSMP, moving from K to 1
Science - keeping it unschooly, following interests, seasons - Click magazine, We Love Dirt, DK Eyewitness DVDs, Magic School Bus, Usborne Children's Encylopedia, field trips, kitchen science experiments, etc.
Social Studies, Lit, Art, Music - Using SOTW audio and activity book to inspire - versus just using D'Aulaire and other literature this year to get basic intro to American and Caliornia history, then prehistory
Lit - using great booklists to guide library visits, lots of read alouds
Arts and Crafts - what would you guys recommend for a 5 year old?
Music - enjoying Classical kids CDs, joining children's choir
Movement - hopefully some low-key community classes like ballet/tap
Bible - Leading Little Ones to God
If we have time/energy/motivation - Rosetta Stone Spanish