Chocolate Olympics

For my end of SRC party, I ran a Chocolate Olympics program for my teens. I got all my ideas from asking on YALSA-BK

Chocolate Olympics



Supplies Needed:

Dark chocolate bars (pack of 10)

2 bags of M & M’s

1 bags of Hershey Kisses

1 box of Oreo cookies


Nilla Wafers

Cups & spoons




1. Sort

Sorted M & M’s into various bags with approximately 75 in each. Kids had to race against each other to see who could sort the colors the fastest

2. Stack

Teens compete to see who can make the tallest Oreo cookie tower

3. Chocolate Relay

I gave each teen 5 hershey kisses. The one who unwrapped the most with oven mitts on was our winner.

4. Chocolate Shuffleboard

Line covered tables and create point lines with duct tape. Teens get three tries to score points by pitching pieces of chocolate onto the table. The one with the most points wins.

5. Chocolate Pictionary

Using clues previously provided, teens have to play Pictionary. Instead of chalk and a chalkboard, they use construction paper & dark chocolate. Here’s an example of my bad drawing ability. We called it a Pacoctopus



In between the games, I had melted chocolate with strawberries, Nilla wafers, and pretzels for the teens to eat. They also ate some of the M & M’s and the mini chocolates they used for the shuffleboard game.

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