Hope is teachable,
learnable, and free.
Share the message of hope today with the Hopeful Minds curriculums and resources.

There is no better way to learn about hope than to start teaching it. The Hopeful Cities campaign was created based on the Hopeful Minds curriculums and resources. Hopeful Minds is an iFred project aimed at equipping teachers, parents, students, and people everywhere with the tools they need to create, maintain, and grow hope. 

To start exploring the Hopeful Minds curriculums today, visit www.hopefulminds.org/curriculum

The Hopeful Minds curriculums have been designed to be easily taught by anyone. Each lesson contains background information for educators, as well as detailed lessons, worksheets, and activities. Hope lessons are taught in simple language with real-life examples and interactive prompts. 

Hope is not something that has typically been “taught.” As a result, for many teens and adults, it is necessary to change pre-existing habits, such as worrying, internalizing failure, ruminating, reacting when in the downstairs brain, and trying to control the uncontrollables. 

This is also why it is so essential that we teach hope to kids. By teaching hope skills at  an early age, we are equipping our children with the critical skills they need to be successful throughout their lives.

So if you want to really understand hope at a deep level, get out in your community and start teaching about hope. It has changed the lives of so many around the world, and we hope it changes yours.

The Hopeful Minds Curriculums

We believe that hope is a human right, and offer all of the Hopeful Minds curriculums and resources free for download at www.hopefulminds.org/curriculum. Paperback versions of all of the curriculums and hopework books are also available for purchase on Amazon or wholesale at Ingram Content Group. When you purchase any of the curriculums, 100% of your purchase profits go directly to iFred, a 501(c)(3), and the Hopeful Minds program. 

 

The current Hopeful Minds curriculums include:

Hopeful Minds Overview Educator Guide

Three, one-hour lessons that introduce the “what,” “why,” and “how” of hope.

Hopeful Minds Overview Hopework Book

Workbook for students designed to supplement the Hopeful Minds Overview Educator Guide lessons. The Hopework book is also included in the Educator Guide itself.

Hopeful Minds Deep Dive Educator Guide:

16, 45-minute lessons and delve into the skills needed to create, maintain, and grow a hopeful mindset.

Hopeful Minds Deep Dive Hopework Book:

Workbook for students designed to supplement the Hopeful Minds Deep Dive Educator Guide lessons. The Hopework book is also included in the Educator Guide itself.

Hopeful Minds Parent’s Guide:

An introduction to hope that gives parents the tools they need to implement hope language and skills in their homes.

Resources for Stress, Anxiety, and Depression

A guide to help parents and educators understand and recognize signs of hopelessness, and identify stress, anxiety, and depression in children.

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Who To Call

An up-to-date list of resources and organizations if you or someone you love needs support.

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Additional resources, lessons, and visuals for educators and parents

All of the Hopeful Minds curriculums and resources are designed to be easily adaptable for different cultures, age groups, and settings to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to learn about hope.

Learn more about Hopeful Minds by visiting www.hopefulminds.org/about

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