Teachers, Parents and Influencers

Well Works would like to thank all of our teachers, parents and educators out there. We understand this year may be quite challenging but want you to know that your hard work, passion and dedication is recognized and appreciated.

In an effort to help support teachers, parents and influencers in this very challenging and overwhelming school year, below are links to different construction and building resources to help in discussions or add to curriculum.

These are not meant to replace any specific curriculum but are tools to be used however you would like. Feel free to expound upon them by asking students more questions, create discussion or creating assignments related to the content or simply as just the plain resource that it is to get students thinking.

What is the age range of your students or kiddos?

Ages 4 - 13?

We recommend: 

Ages 13 - 99?

We recommend: 

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This was an activity I created to be presented to my sisters 1st grade class and at the time, my sons kindergarten class. We were not able to present this in person at my sons school due to COVID-19 so I have decided to convert it into an interactive video that can be used by teachers, parents, superheros, whoever needs it at this time! Enjoy, I hope the kiddos find this activity fun and engaging!


Pathways into construction

One of the amazing things about the construction industry is the opportunities. Not only once you are in the industry, but the path you choose to get into the industry. In construction, a college degree is not what determines if you are successful or not, it is completely up to YOU.


Favorite Career Pathway Resources:

Build Your Future website

Interactive tools, Trade Cards and videos of those in the industry


Girl in the Hard Hat Video

To go, or not to go: To college for construction that is...

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pathways into construction video

Career and life planning at a High School Level. Connects subject interests to construction career paths.


Transportation and Construction girl 

With a goal for women to push past the stereotypes and pursue a career in transportation and construction!