One of the nice things about home school is the flexibility - regarding both time and curriculum. It's 7:30 pm, and we're doing Greek, Latin, and Catechism while eating ice cream, cracking jokes, and shooting video. It is our second day of first grade, and Leo is loving it! We get lots of quality time together as a family (he and I walked to the store this evening hand-in-hand singing the Greek alphabet). We have a lot of field trips to Bayou Segnette planned - things like bird watching, looking for frogs, and canoeing. And even in the "classroom" he doesn't have to sit still (I have no doubt that his incessant wiggling would be driving a classroom teacher insane after 20 minutes - not to mention the other kids).
I'm really impressed with Song School Latin and Song School Greek by Classical Academic Press. The songs on the CD are simple and yet catchy and pedagogically effective. Similarly, I'm using CPH's "Sing the Faith," which is the Small Catechism set to music especially suited to children.
Mrs. H. is doing the heavy lifting during the day, teaching Math, Reading, Writing, Spelling, Grammar, Science, History, and Geography. Leo and Grace are also learning piano together. Music Appreciation and French are around the corner. And anything Mrs. H. and I happen to be studying gets into his system as well.