Way back in the dinosaur age (just kidding) when I first started homeschooling my sons, there was little to use from when it came to curriculum. Now there is so much from which to choose it can be easily overwhelming.
Here are a few traditional textbook/ curriculum publishers I would recommend you investigate. These have a Christian worldview, with the exception of Timberdoodle, which has religious and nonreligious curriculum choices.
Bob Jones University Press I wanted to list this first since it is not in a package. But, you can easily purchase what you need according to grade level. This is a solid, grade level curriculum for all subjects. It isn’t too advanced or move too quickly, and you can purchase the teacher’s edition for each subject. It reasonably priced and if you are looking to keep the cost down, you can buy used. Just make sure you check to see you are getting everything you need before purchasing.
Sonlight Homeschool Curriculum is well planned and has the option of a four or five day schedule. This is nice because if you decide you want to have a day to go to co-op, go on field trips, etc., You can do that without the dark cloud of dread hanging over your head, thinking you should be home teaching instead.
Masterbooks This is an affordable curriculum package and if you supplement with books from the library in areas pf interest, this will be a solid program. Remember that if your child needs more time spent on a topic, do that because you want understanding before moving on.
Memoria Press If you would like the Highland Latin School experience, but cannot attend for whatever reason, you can purchase the curriculum and do it yourself.
Timberdoodle Company has both Christian and Nonreligious curriculum from which to choose.
Of course, there are many more options, but these are some of the ones that families whom I have done assessments for have used and enjoyed throughout the years.
Have a great week! ~Lisa~