Learning is for acquiring new knowledge, and playing is for pursuing enjoyable or fulfilling activities that satisfy the soul. We should create opportunities for children to "apply the enjoyment of play to their learning" and transform "learning" into a game.

Subject-based games combine learning with play, allowing students to learn while playing. Through the process of playing, children will naturally cultivate an attitude of self-directed learning, viewing academics not just as tests or exams, but as a genuine desire to explore knowledge. The way they approach academics will also change, and their grades will gradually improve.