• Freedman - Free Fun Playtime

    The Freedman Center is a training site for students in our Child Studies Program. For educational purposes only, some groups or classes are observed by students as part of their study. (Center photo by Jenny Devereaux, www.jennydev.com.)

  • Freedman - Free Fun Playtime

    Reconnect with old friends - and make new ones!

  • Freedman - Free Fun Playtime

    You and your child up to age 4, or your care-giver and child, are invited to join us for a fun, free, PLAYTIME!

  • Freedman - Free Fun Playtime

    This is a great opportunity to play in a friendly, nurturing environment.

  • Freedman - Free Fun Playtime

    Playtime features weekly themes, related parent tips, and fun for children up to age 4.

  • Freedman Center

    Support Groups for New Babies, New Moms, New Dads, New Parents

  • Freedman - Free Fun Playtime

    Playtime space is limited and admittance is on a first-come, first-served basis.

FREE Fun Playtime!

Reconnect with old friends - and make new ones!

You and your child up to age 4, or your care-giver and child, are invited to join us for a fun, free, PLAYTIME! This is a great opportunity to play in a friendly, nurturing environment at: One Wells Ave - Ground Floor (directions). The Playtime will feature weekly themes, related parent tips, and fun for children up to age 4. SPACE IS LIMITED and admittance is on a first-come, first-served basis.*

Thursdays:
Infant Only Playtime (0-12 mos):  10:30 am-12:00 pm 
Mixed Ages (0 - 4 yrs): 2:30-4:00 pm 
Fall Session:  September 3 thru December 17, 2015

Observation Notice for Families - the Freedman Center is a Training Site

To Parents/Guardians of Children Participating in Freedman Center Programs:
The Freedman Center for Child and Family Development at The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology is a training site for students in our Child Studies Program. For educational purposes only, some of the groups or classes at The Freedman Center will be observed by graduate students of MSPP as part of their study of child and family development. No individuals in the groups or classes will be identified by name in these observations and no research papers will be produced as a result of these observations. When an observation is taking place, the graduate student observers will be introduced to the group or class before observing behind the observation window.

*Space is limited

There are a limited number of children that can participate in Playtime. In order to allow access to as many people as possible, we have made admittance on a first-come, first-served basis. Once capacity has been reached for that day, we will place a sign on the door stating so. If this happens to you, please feel free to come the next week as we want everyone interested to be able to participate! If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at freedmancenter@williamjames.edu or 617-332-3666 x1250.