This is what I use for both 4 and 5-year olds.
The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home
The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading
Leap Frog - Letter Factory
Leap Frog - Talking Words Factory
Leap Frog - Talking Words Factory 2 - Code Word Caper
Color by Letter Worksheets
I love these readers. They are strictly phoentic readers:
Phonics Practice Readers: Series A, Set 1/10 Reader's Plus Teacher's Guide
Phonics Practice Readers Teachers Guide Series A, Set 2
Phonics Practice Readers: Series B, 1/10 Readers Plus Teacher's Guide (Series B, Set 1)
Phonics Practice Readers, Series B, Set 4
Blueberries for Sal
Make Way for Ducklings
Harold and the Purple Crayon
The Little Engine That Could
The Giving Tree
One Morning in Maine
The Complete Little House Nine-Book Set
and lots more!
Color by Number Worksheets
The Math Worksheet Site
Houghton Mifflin Math Grade 1
Dot to Dot
I use dotted lined paper and draw letters and numbers for the children to trace.
I also use the beginning handwriting pages from Donna Young's site.
Trace the Alphabet
Individual Letter Practice
The Magic School Bus: The Complete Series
Stanley - Spring Fever
Stanley - Hop to It
I Can Draw Animals
I Can Draw People
What Shall I Draw?
We use modeling clay, washable watercolors, watercolor pencils, paper, pencils, crayons, glue, construction paper, etc.
Dover Sampler Pages
Coloring Pages for just about every character that your child knows and likes (this site is awesome--I use it everyday--but it does have a lot of popups)