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Love this seller from etsy I have ordered this 2 years in a row for Cameron's teachers order from her......Teacher Appreciation Personalized Tumbler 20oz by JKTrends

Great chart with comma rules. I'd add that Rule 2 doesn't change even when you follow AP style and omit the final comma in a series. Also, commas almost never go after "and" or "but."

Fact and Opinion...I like the idea of using pictures as the basis for students creating facts and opinions. This would be a fun way to teach Fact and Opinion, and it could be used later on for students who finish work early.