Right now my 4 year old attends school, he goes to a PPCD (preschool program for children with disabilities) class and they have slowly started integrating him into the pre-k class. He can (and probably will) stay in PPCD until he ages out at 6 (if so, there will be no Kindergarten for him, he would just go directly to 1st Grade).
DH has brought up me homeschooling him (which is amazing in itself because in the past, he's been deadset against it). He is on the spectrum (well, we have conflicting diagnosis' right now) and has SPD and although he is a very sweet, loving boy, he has some behavioral problems (that sounds bad, but it's hard to explain without going into great detail) and there has yet to be any success in changing that. He's better at home (though believe me he has his moments!) because it's quieter and he does not have to deal with other kids and the noise and such.
I wanted to put him through K12, because frankly I don't trust myself to have the skills or the patience to teach--or to even come up with a curriculuum for him (however I have a friend who homeschools and she has offered to help me figure things out), but apparently for my state, there isn't a program available until 3rd grade. If there's a way around that, someone let me know, heh.
Anyway, I just wondered what your experience was. How would you recommend putting together a curriculuum? What sites do you recommend for supplies, tools, etc?