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 lesson is done. The students are getting wiggly. You look at the clock. Still 10 minutes to go. How are you going to keep the kids busy for the rest of class? How about a game? Here are some easy, 10-minute games that require no preparation and no extra materials.