Homeschool Your Child For Free, by LauraMaery Gold and Joan M. Zielinski. (More than 1,200 smart, effective, and practical resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond).
100 Top Picks for Home-school Curriculum, by Cathy Duffy (note: her reviews lead towards a rigorous academic program).
The Ultimate Geography and Time Line Guide, by M. Hogan. (reproducible)
Considering God’s Creation, by Mortimer and Smith. (reproducible workbook pages, 2 year curriculum for grades K-6th, includes solar system, rock detectives, leaf detectives, animal detectives, classification, observation, and problem solving).
The World of Plants (Great Science Adventures) by Dinah Zike. Good supplement to Considering God’s Creation for the older elementary student. Other great supplements by her are: The World of Space and The World of Insects and Arachnids.
The Story of the World by Susan Baur, peacehill press. Chronological, self-contained, read aloud on Ancient times to present (4 volumes). Activity books also available. Comes highly recommend for cross grade teaching.
Reading the Classics with C.S. Lewis
The Brother Offended Checklist. Two weeks family devotional material starting off with tattle-telling.
The Fallacy Detective by The Bluedorn Brothers (brothers who are now in college who were home schooled). Fantastic book that teaches about looking for fallacies and thinking logically.