Great for slumber parties, camping, or any indoor or outdoor activity, glow in the dark bowling is fun for kids and adults alike!
Age Group: Kids Crafts
Project Type: Summer
10glow sticks in a variety of colors
Soccer ball or kickball
Remove any labels from your water bottles. If water bottles are new and still contain water, pour out a little off the top to allow for the glow stick you’ll be adding.
Crack the glow sticks to activate them (according to package directions) and drop one glow stick in each bottle. Replace the lid on the bottle securely.
Line bottles up like bowling pins. The back row should have 4 pins, the next row will have 3, next 2, and finally 1 at the front.
Expert Tips & FAQs
To keep the game fair, especially if you have a range of ages playing, set a distance for each age group. Smaller children are allowed to stand closer to the pins while older kids that need more of a challenge should stand farther back.
If water bottles are new and still contain water, pour out a little off the top to allow for the glow stick you’ll be adding.
No need to reserve this fun glowing game for summer, it’s great for indoor fun as well. Are you hosting a slumber party or having a few friends over to spend the night? Turn off all the lights and enjoy a fun game of indoor bowling!
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