Metacognition is the process of knowing what you know. Most children ages 6–8 become metacognitive, meaning they begin to understand when they know something.
The life circumstances of millions of children—around the world and around the corner—place them in the at-risk category. They are at-risk of illness, trafficking, substance abuse and violence. How do we speak hope into their lives? By offering them the light of Christ. And by teaching them healthy character qualities and necessary life skills, taught from the firm foundation of biblical truth.