The play of children has often been considered important for their cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. However, their self-chosen play in groups, especially when it occurs with children of various ages and backgrounds, is also important for their moral development. The speakers (Davis and Bergen) will discuss how such play forms a context for addressing and resolving moral issues, and how playful interactions throughout life continue to help adults face and deal with moral issues. The possible effects of expanding technological and media play environments on moral development of humans of all ages also will be addressed. Service Leader: Doris Bergen.