Children playing on the streets. That's the everyday socio-spatial practice in Warakas, North Jakarta. People occupying street, not only as a space for vehicle to pass, but for them to socialize and children to play. Those condition might not go according to what's planned by the urban planner, but they have their own way in occupying that space provided by them. The way they see and occupy space shaped by site condition and its possibilities, also social, economic, and cultural background. The existing space injected by their behavior and create value for them to call it place, a place for them. The same way goes for children that occupy the street as their playground. This paper interrogates the process of children placemaking, how the kampung street turn into a playful and happy place for children. We conduct this research by doing participant observation, playing with children during their free time, and taking visual notes, in order to understand how children, occupy the street and add value to the kampung street, a place for them to play.