Enjoy this party game fitted to the Bowling party theme:
Crazy Bowling Game: This is a twist on a regular bowling game. The goal of the game is still to receive the largest amount of points; however, it is a bit trickier.
1. Have a list that describes each move
2. Review the list yourself and be able to demonstrate how to do them
First, you will review the rules with the participants. The same rules apply as in bowling but you may want to add a few more so children do not get hurt. An example would be to remain seating while a person is bowling.
An example of a crazy bowl would be to bowl standing on one leg. Another example would be to bowl backwards. You can make up as many crazy bowl approaches as you want. Just make sure they are doable and not going to injure anyone who tries it. The person to score the most points at the end of the game wins.
And, here is another Bowling party idea:
Bowling Party Game Ideas
Splash Bowling: The goal of this game is to knock down as many pins as possible with your body while sliding down a slick surface. This is a great game for children 6 years and older.
1. Setup a slip and slip.
2. Place a set of blow up pins or soft plastic, lightweight pins at the end of the slide.
3. Make up scorecards on the computer that look like regular bowling scorecards.
4. Have music playing in the background for more fun
Each person will take turn sliding down a long plastic surface that is slick. This is often referred to as a slip and slide. The trick is, they need to keep their arms to their side when they slide down the surface. Anyone with their arms not by their side gets a penalty. The person with the most pins knocked down after 12 rounds wins.
Bowling is an activity enjoyed by all age groups and therefore is a universally accepted as a great theme for a party. The game gets everyone excited and promises some good clean fun. It is also relatively simple to plan out. All one has got to do is reserve a few lanes at the local bowling alley. The staff there will help take care of the rest for you. A good idea might be to have some fun competitions at the bowling alley. Divide your guests in to teams (boys vs. girls?). Or get the staff to turn the lights off on your lane and play a few rounds in the dark. Later take everyone for an “awards dinner.” Give the event a comical feel; hand trophies for the winners and host the awards ceremony with formal solemnity. What would be even funnier is to give awards like “the player/team with the lowest score” and “the player with maximum gutters.” It would be the perfect ending to what will most definitely be a wild, crazy and fun-filled evening.
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