Re: Any homeschoolers use K12 Curriculum?
My tastes have changed since my dc have gotten older, but for the younger ones, I definitely like A Beka. It's colorful, fun, easy to understand, and comes with great teacher manuals (although you don't need them for the very young levels). It does come from a Christian worldview, though, not sure if you're looking for something more secular. The site is abekabook.com
They also have a video program and online program for older kids, which a lot of parents like.
If you like to do a lot of hands on stuff, a lot of people like Bob Jones University Press (BJUP). And then Science is always fun. You can just pick up a book with science projects for little ones, they love doing that stuff!