The series “Brincadiquê? For the Right to Play “reveals the importance of playing for the integral development of childhood and the need for this playful experience for a quality education. Based on interviews with researchers, educators and educational managers, illustrated by the records of pedagogical practices developed in institutions of early childhood education and first year of elementary school, the series brings reflections on the Right to Play and of possibilities for the provision of quality education, considering the playfulness in the internal and external spaces of the schools, the local culture and the involvement of the educational community. Realization: Marist Network of Solidarity and Marist Center for the Defense of Children. Production: Labirinto. Support: Marist Network of Colleges, Municipal Secretariats of Education of Araucária (PR), Caxias do Sul (RS) and Cuiabá (MT).