The very best pre-school curriculum is life.
Kids need to explore and get their hands into stuff. Hatch silkworms, read together, build and create, invent a play or puppet show, etc. Don't get caught up in paper lessons, school "prep" and workbooks. Most of preschool stuff is review of things they already know. At most they should do something that works on fine motor, like mazes and sticker books. But arts and crafts - cutting, bead stringing, clay, puzzles, etc, - works on that too. I taught preschool for years, then ran a home preschool club that was wonderful until all the parents decided their kids needed to "go to school." Now I have 5 kids, one in college and 4 homeschooled.
If you are already started with piano lessons, I fear you are going to be driving your child to have "all the best," and burnout is around the corner. Relax - they are better off having lots of time to play and be creative. It makes better thinkers and learners later on.
I've never heard of any pre-packaged curriculum having piano lessons. To properly do piano, they need to be taught/shown by somebody who has reasonable knowledge, not simply try to follow some book provided.
If you want piano lessons for your preschooler, check into Music for Young Children. http://www.myc.com/
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