Chocolate, marshmallow and graham cracker - what's not to like?
If you are gluten and dairy free like I am, you will want to ensure the chocolate is dark and graham crackers are gluten free.
If you decide to make these lovely treats around a camp fire, there are MANY manding opportunities.
1. Perhaps you have a child who is too small to toast the marshmallow over the flame. You could do it for them and when it is cooked, you could work on teaching the mand, "Marshmallow".
2. If your child is able to toast the marshmallow themselves, you could be the one to hand over the chocolate and crackers which gives you the opportunity to teach the mands, "Chocolate" and "Cracker".
3. We tend to get quite thirsty after this tasty treats, so you could work on "Juice" or "Water".
Just remember that a mand is based on motivation and you will only prompt your child to request for the item if they are showing signs of motivation, like reaching toward it or looking at it.