Just browsing this site, BabagaNewz (ew, who comes up with these names???). Haven't found anything I would actually use, but there are lots of ideas for (mostly values-based) lesson plans that could easily be adapted for Jewish homeschoolers: http://www.babaganewz.com/teachers/
(there's a "Teacher's Resources" section down the right-hand side)
There are also quite a few craft ideas here: http://www.babaganewz.com/tag/crafts/
Most of these are nothing new... you probably made some yourself if you went to Hebrew school (or day school). But they're kind of dressed up on a slick website and could help jog your memory if you're looking for a Jewish-themed craft project.
Lots more to see at this site, but I suspect most isn't all that deep and is aimed mostly at kids from non-religious backgrounds (which, in frum circles, is sometimes euphemistically referred to as "mixed backgrounds").