Here are some other curriculum resources that I heard of, even though I have not used any of these apart from Abeka ( which is great, but pricey)
You can take a look and do some research on these ones as well:http://www.tapestryofgrace.com
It's a plan of study that helps parents provide a Christian, classical education using a guided unit study approach, with the history of the world as the core organizational theme. From Grades K–12, all students cycle through world history every four years, with all ages studying the same slice of history each week, each at their own learning level. Detailed lesson plans and discussion outlines enable parents to be their children’s primary teachers and mentors and shape their students’ biblical worldviews.http://www.heartofdakota.com/little-hands.php
Little Hands to Heaven is a collection of 33 units based on stories from the Bible. Each unit has a theme centered around Bible characters. The activities in each unit coordinate with the daily Bible stories.http://www.time4learning.com/
Time4Learning is a new approach that takes advantage of today's technology. It's a convenient, online home education program that combines learning with fun educational teaching games.
The online language arts and math comprise a comprehensive program for preschool, elementary school, and middle school. Science and social studies programs are provided as a free bonus for most grades.http://www.abeka.com
Abeka also have some pre-K materials