I am looking for suggestions for preschool and kindergarten curriculum. This will be our first year homeschooling and I know no other homeschoolers to get advice from. My trouble is my daughter (kindergarten) is at different levels in different subjects, so I feel a boxed set is out of the question even though I would love the fact that it would be all planned out for me. She has been reading since age 2 and I'm guessing she is now reading at a 3rd grade level. We have never done any language arts so she would be at grade level I guess as far as knowing what is a noun, verb, etc. Her handwriting is also at age/grade level, which frustrates her to no end. I think a 1st grade level for math. She can count to 100, knows shapes, place value to hundreds, and adding by 0 and 1. My preschool age son (3 1/2) can do everything she can do except the addition so not sure what to do with him either. I want something that will be fun for them as a beginning to school, but that is not just busy work repeating what they already know. Also to add to the challenge is the fact that they both have zero interest in coloring and so much of what I find has a lot of coloring pages.
Any ideas for curriculum for them? I should also mention that although she's never been evaluated, I am almost certain my daughter has ADHD and maybe oppositional defiance. I'm thinking a lot of hands-on work might help with this. Thanks for any and all suggestions!