S'more Patrol Game
Cut out pieces of paper that represent the s'more ingredients (cut appropriate sizes), light brown for the graham cracker, dark brown for the chocolate, and a white circle for the marshmallow. Pass them out randomly among the group and on "go" they rush around finding the necessary people to make a s'more with. Usually when doing group-dividing games like this, if anyone is left out of a group because of odd numbers, they get to CHOOSE which group to join, which is always a good thing, because they'll always choose to be with a friend, so no hurt feelings.
S'more Relay Race
Break group into teams with same number of children per team. Equipment: paper plates, s'more ingredients (or brown & tan fun foam for the chocolate & graham crackers, cotton balls for the marshmallows). Have the kids line up a the starting line and put the ingredients at the other end of the room. The first child runs to the ingredients, grabs a plate and runs back to the next child, who takes the plate and runs back for the first graham cracker, which she puts on the plate and carries back to the next child. Keep going, with each child adding an ingredient to the s'more. The first team to complete their s'more and run back to beginning wins.
S'more Scavenger Hunt
Cut out pieces of paper that represent the s'more ingredients (cut appropriate sizes), light brown for the graham cracker, dark brown for the chocolate, and a white circle for the marshmallow. Hide the pieces … first team to complete their s'more wins.
S'mores Teamwork Game
Equipment: paper plates (marshmallows, one less than the number of girls per group, ie, six girls 5 plates), the ground (playing field) is the chocolate, two ropes at the end are the graham crackers
To play the game you have teams of girls. Tell them they must cross the river of chocolate on the marshmallows (paper plates) but they must always keep a foot on it or it will float away and they will lose it. The starting point and ending point are ropes or graham crackers.
The girls have to use team work. The first girl has all the plates and puts one down as she steps on it. If she drops it and then steps on it, it has floated away and is out of play.