The game is the first creative act of the human being, begins when the boy is baby, through bond that settles down between the outer reality, the fantasies and the needs where desires that are acquired learn with taste, creating a bond of wisdom and affection between which it teaches and the one that learns. It is important to indicate that the necessity to play is own of all boy, but has to consider who all of them do not play in the same way, neither to the same games, nor by the same motivations demonstrating that the game is determined by the material conditions of existence, in a concrete context social and historical, being essential to consider the playful thing in the Initial Level like the intergame between individual and social factors that are conditioned mutually in a dialectic relation in which they integrate the educational one, the students, the knowledge and the context. The game in the school: It is not the game, in the educative scope, a smaller activity or of second rank, it either does not constitute a reward or a period of rest with respect to other works; when one falls in the error to conceive it only like an activity of distraction, relaxation or liberation of the tensions produced by the scholastic activities, the school usually exiles to a space and time of second category and students usually do not maintain any relation with the objectives properly. The Initial Level cannot fall in this error, on the contrary, it must integrate the playful activity or the exploratory activity in a proposal that it promotes to please, relation and knowledge acquisition, the students are subject social concrete, carrying of a history and inserted in a determined culture, therefore their values, their expectations, their customs and their motivations will be reflected in their games. The game in the education process and learning: To teach and to learn are equivalent to introduce between the information that the educational one presents/displays and the knowledge that the student constructs (from this information) a third element, traditionally this third element was the method.