"Treasures" by MacMillan/McGraw-Hill.
It's a good series, based around the 5 key components of literacy. A typical lesson looks like this:
Begin with "Oral Language" for about 10 minutes. This is talking about the week's theme, making word webs, and asking questions.
Phonemic Awareness and Phonics lead into your spelling lesson.
There are 5 to 6 new vocabulary words each week with daily activities.
Then comes the reading component. On Monday, you read a vocab selection, on Tuesday the main selection, on Wednesday you review the main selection and focus on one skill for comprehension, on Thursday you read a "paired" selection which goes along with the main selection and you use it to have students make connections between texts.
Then is the grammar and writing section.
Friday is a review day.
It comes with a TON of materials. Transparencies for everything, assessment books that are general and then aligned to your state test (so they practice test taking in your state's format and wording), CDs of stories, picture cards for story retell, letter cards for phonics lessons, letter sound cards... and a teacher's book about everything.
It's an overwhelming amount of resources, but you quickly get the feel for what you need and what you don't... and it's a nice "pick and choose" program.
It also comes with leveled readers for every story and the teacher's books are written for whole group instruction OR small group instruction using the leveled readers.
So far, we're liking the program, but this is our first year. Before, we were using a 10 year old series from HM... so anything was an improvement from that ancient series!