In lieu of National Grammar Day today…here is a little grammar quiz for us:
Which of the following word's spelling has to do with your vision?!!!
'Sight' relates to vision. It is the power of seeing (i.e., perception by the eyes). It can also be something that is seen (e.g., What a beautiful sight.)
The noun'site' refers to a piece of land (e.g., building site). As a verb('to site'), it means 'to position in a place' (e.g., I will site the slide near the swings.)
The verb 'cite' means 'to quote', 'to refer to', 'to summon to appear before a court of law' or simply 'to mention'.
Be sure your child's grammar mistakes aren't from any vision problems they may be having. Eye exams should be done at the age of 6 months, 3 years, 5 years and every year after that to ensure healthy vision.