You Have Been Mugged

Last year, I shared with you my You Have Been Mugged staff morale activity.  It has been downloaded over 13,000 times!  It is such a great activity that you can do at the beginning of the year with everyone.  The best part…It’s all free.  It is located in the PREVIEW section of Professional-Development Activities All Year Long.

Check out the blog post below from August 2014

August 2014
Yep, that’s right.  A few teachers got mugged this week.  Mugged is a good thing.  It’s a fun thing too.  Here’s how it works.  I started the mugging and then that person mugs another person.  It’s all in the name of fun.  Its a hug in a mug!  Check it out!

I purchased a few mugs and filled them with goodies.  I left them on the desk of a few teachers.  These teachers will enjoy their treats and then refill the mug before passing the mug along.  The mugging continues the month of September.  When a teacher/staff member has been mugged, they put the sign on the door saying they have been mugged.  This lets everyone know they have already received a gift.  It’s a simple way to let someone know they were being thought about during the day.
Items I put in the mug:  packet of lemonade mix, candy, crackers, marker, snack bar and a bit of chocolate.  

If you want to start a hug in a mug, you can download the materials here.  Remember to look in the PREVIEW.

If you want to start a mugging at your school by giving a Hug in a Mug, download the packet and get started today.  It’s a great way to let others know you care.  There’s nothing like walking in your room and finding a gift on your desk.  Share the love.

Just a reminder-The You Have Been Mugged is located in the Preview of the Professional Development Activities located on TpT.

If you like this product, you will also like, Staff and Teacher Morale Activities.  Take a look. 

Stephanie McConnell

Stephanie McConnell

I’m Stephanie, and I’m the face behind Principal Principles. I’m a former principal turned educational consultant, presenter, and edupreneur. I’m obsessed with giving school leaders the tools they need to lead a successful school.

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Hello friend! Welcome to Principal Principles. I’m Stephanie, and I’m the face behind Principal Principles. I’m a former principal turned educational consultant, presenter, and edupreneur. I’m obsessed with giving school leaders the tools they need to lead a successful school.

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