Here's what we're using right now:
Handwriting Without Tears
This is the writing curriculum that our public school system uses, and we began using it while our oldest child was doing preschool so that it would align nicely when he started public school kindergarten. Now that we have moved away from that idea, we are quite happy continuing with the curriculum because of it's practical, multi-sensory approach to learning letters. The program encourages kids to build letters with wooden sticks, to use chalkboards with sponges and chalk, and finally to write in a workbook. We've found that our kids respond well to the multifaceted approach and it's friendly "feel."
Five in a Row
This is our "everything else" curriculum. I read about this program for almost a year on other blogs before buying it because I felt that I could piece together the rest of the homeschool curriculum from online sources and other books. I didn't want to buy anything if I could do it myself! However, I recently caved in and bought a used copy of the first book, for ages 4-8, after becoming frustrated with the amount of time required to piece it all together on my own. The FIAR approach seems to be a great fit for our family as it's very flexible. Each week one book is read once per day (thus the name, Five in a Row) and activities are completed to complement the book. Social studies extension activities happen on one day for example, math on another day. Each book can be "rowed" in any order, and families can choose how many of the activities per book to complete.
Our Morning School routine
On the fly planner and documentation tool
Family Yearly Curriculum Planner (both blank, customizable and our family's as a sample)
Five In a Row Yearly Planner
From the 2013-2014 school year
Post called "How We Plan Our Homeschool Year"
Our Weekly Homeschool Schedule