I have a lot of resources, and I will pull from each one. what I plan to use regularly is Five In A Row. We also used this last year, and I love it.
In addition, Singapore Math, and the book Family Math (great games and activities to do with kids , not a curriculum so to speak), also I have Janice Van Cleave's Play and find out abt Math. Thats lots of fun too.
Also Janice Van Cleave's Play and Find out About Science is lots of fun.
Handwriting Without Tears, the Kindergarten workbook, and the wooden letter pieces. Thes are so cool, the child actually constructs the letters with these wood peces. I love any kind of manipulative for this age.
Reading Reflex for learning to read. Mostly playing games.
Oh and most important, lol, the board game curriculum! Just playing lots of Monopoly Jr, Candy Land, Scrabble Junior, cards, Bingo ect!
Sounds like alot, but I do plan on alternating each day with only 15 or 20 min of either reading reflex, or math or handwriting. In addition to my five in a row each day. Max of an hour total. Then we will learn just as much or probably more, lol, by just living life!
This is probably more than you wanted to know! If I had to make a reccomendation, I would say, just buy what looks fun to you, and incorporate it as you want, fitting to your dc. I wouldnt recommend buying a whole prepackaged curicullum bc you never know whats going to fit with you or not, and they are usually a lot of $.