In spite of its social relevance, the study of ludic behavior under physical and social restraint conditions throughout time has not been thoroughly studied, and not until recently has it been systematically analyzed. This research sets forth a model that again considers the variable of time, where the organization of the ludic behavior is the dependent variable. Four 45-month-old children were selected from a kindergarten. The ludic and social behaviors performed in the playground were quantified. Reliability was 83%. Results showed changes in the preference for a type of game during the first year compared to others, showing a significant difference (F(1,70) =35, p=0.000; R2= .33). A conditional relation was observed, the category of negotiation promotes group playing, and it is interrupted by distraction (first year of the study) and interference (in the two following years). Data are discussed in terms of the physical and social restrictions and the social adjustment. This research was financed by PAPIIT, (IN310105)