So I am still piecing things together. I have a son who is active, distractable, loves to read/learn about history & science, and hates math. Last year I pieced together a curriculum with rented books. This year I would like to have something stronger in science and history since he enjoyed those subjects. I also need to make math more exciting, he thinks he isn't good at it because he compares himself to former school peers. Writing has always been a struggle (mainly due to motor coordination problems but am working on having him at the computer to practice more) so a strong curriculum would be good here. I am/was a teacher and spent tons of time last year planning out assignments and activities. My pacing was very rigorous and turned my older one off (it wasn't a matter of being able to do it). I believe homeschooling is best for him, but want it to work well.
Any specific suggestions for language arts, writing, science, and history? Anything that you LOVED for math? Reasons these would be good (or not) in this circumstance?
Thank you so much [in advance]!!!