Play is the setting and the way the child lives, experiences, interprets and participates in social spaces. The individual and the collective, the relationship with oneself and with the other that is built in daily life. When the child plays she is whole, she lives through the real fantasy. It seeks its interpretation of the world and relationships. When the child plays it deals with the feelings, with their fears and joys, it enters and leaves different roles and thus develops. Playfully it is constituted, perceived as unique through the recognition of the other.