The goal of our study is to show that even a short game can bring happiness and success into children's lives. Even the smallest achievements and each other's successes have to be encouraged, because it will then affect our less successful areas in life. With the everyday use of dramatic play, we can help our students to acquire the necessary competencies. In the 6-10-year-old age group, we have argued that since their knowledge is closely related to the physical world, they will be much more receptive and open-minded through imaginative games and playful activities. Within this pretend world, they can challenge their skills and tolerate their failures. Pretend/Imaginative play is powerful, because all the day-to-day rules are eliminated. Children playing together can help them get to know themselves as well as their peers. When children are struggling with a strong temper, saddened, pushing the limits, aggressive or they are unable to solve a difficult situation, initiate imaginative play. You might have fun during this process as well as help your students flourish.