A primary goal of the Manchaug Pond Foundation is the education of both residents living within the watershed, as well as visitors from far and wide who would like to know more about the pond. Below you will find material and links to educational resources about watersheds in general, living within a watershed, and even materials for kids to learn more about our natural world as well! Be sure to check back regularly on this page, as we will continue growing our repository of information for you!
Hey Kids, Let’s Play!
Parents and Educators
Available for loan, use this interactive, hands-on Enviroscape watershed model to demonstrate what a watershed is, how important it is to Manchaug Pond and how our activities can pollute or preserve our water resources. Contact usfor more information or reserve today!
Play this game from National Geographic Kids to find out how much water is used for everyday things in your home. Play here!
Play games, read stories, watch videos, and print coloring pages on this fun website by Project WET. Check it out!
EEK! Like Critters?
See if you can match the track with the animal that made them! Track me here!
The Watershed Game
Test your water smarts by playing The Watershed Game! Play here!
Become a Clean Water Ranger
Learn about how a few simple actions can help us clean up our rivers and lakes. Videos to watch!
Water Use Games & More!
Scroll down this website for a whole list of games on water use! Try them here!
A safe boating treasure trove of games, activity pages, checklists, and more. All aboard, matey!
Geology for Kids
Navigate this site to learn about water basins, rills, erosion and more Explore!
Manchaug Pond Quiz
Test your knowledge of Manchaug Pond with this quiz! Show what you know!
Join us and let us know your ideas and needs for events and programs!
This project has been financed with Federal Funds from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (the Department) under an s. 319 competitive grant. The contents do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the EPA or of the Department, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.