I don't really think of things in terms of traditional school years, but I guess technically we're at the end of K. We only recently started using any curriculum at all and it was really at her request. But, we are extremely laid back, child-directed, and we just plan on going year round, taking breaks whenever.
We're using Ordinary Parents Guide to Reading and All About Spelling together right now and it's working really well. They complement each other well, and my DD loves learning the rules. I have no doubt we will stick with All About Spelling for all the levels. For some reason, she is far more confident and experimental with her writing than her reading... not sure why! Lots of books, games, etc.
For math we are using a mix of living math, Singapore 1A/1B, Miquon, and Critical Thinking Company--whatever she wants to do really. Lots of manipulatives and games.
For science we are using R.E.A.L. science earth and life plus a ton of other living science things..experiments, kits, books, etc.
I am awaiting some new materials for Spanish learning that I hope will help me focus a bit more.
Nothing organized or formal with social studies/history/geography... just whatever sparks her interest and we go from there.
We've spent a good chunk of the last year learning all about birthing--all kinds of animals, etc. It's been incredibly fascinating for us all! So, I have no idea what she will be focusing on next.