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In full disclosure, I currently use Horizons as a supplement to RightStart. I have used Horizons in the past as a standalone.  I have never used Saxon so I cannot compare the two, but I have found Horizons easy to use. I only use the workbooks, not the teacher's manual, and have not found the need for it.  I would imagine that it is necessary in the higher levels, but K-3 is pretty self-explanatory.  From looking at Saxon samples in the past, Horizons is definitely a lot more colorful, but spiral in nature like Saxon.  It is all worksheet based, and I simply introduce the concept, and then hand the worksheet off to my child.  Hopefully someone with experience with Saxon will chime in and give you a better comparison.

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