But to answer the question:
Osoto Gari, Ouchi Gari, Sasae Tsurikomi Ashi, and a generic hip throw.
In general, people will say not to do one legged throws, but I've found that they are on throws to the rear. No Uchi Mata, Harai Goshi!
The back falls are really easier to take, tori can kind of roll uke to the mat so uke can practice falling. It takes a lot more control to do a forward over the hip/back type throw.
I started my Judo school on February 21st. The two women and a few kids who started then are doing the following stuff so far.
Osoto Gari, Ouchi Gari, O goshi, Kouchi Gari, Koshi Guruma, Tsurikomi Goshi, Tai Otoshi, Sasae Tsurkiomi Ashi. We did some Ippon Seoi but I dropped it for now, letting go and regripping is too complicated.
Tori in drills always controls uke's sleeve, and gets the sleeve with a cross-grip sleeve attack, holding uke's hand off the lapel or very low on tori's lapel. I really drill that into them, and they pick it up quickly and get better each class.
They do combinations between Osoto, Ouchi, Sasae, and the hip throws, and Kouchi/Tai Otoshi (not as much though). I explain how combos work, use them to illustrate Seirokyu Zen'yo.
Oh, and they throw to pins and do simple escapes, plus randori as well.
So although they don't look that good, they are doing a reasonable facmile of what real Judo looks like: Movement, gripping, throwing, and control to the ground.