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BOWLING
Essential Questions
Bowling
 How can you improve your accuracy when
bowling?
 What is the difference between a spare and strike
in bowling?
HISTORY
 The earliest forms of bowling can be dated back to
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Ancient Egypt and the Roman Empire about 2,000
years ago.
The game entailed tossing stone objects as close
as possible to other stone objects.
Originally the game used nine pins and involved
lots of gambling and was banned.
An outdoor game for most of its history, indoor
bowling became popular in the mid-nineteenth
century after the introduction of indoor lanes in New
York in 1840.
Using 10 pins took the place of the illegal nine pin
game that involved gambling and was banned.
BOWLING EQUIPMENT
Bowling Pins
Bowling Ball
Bowling Shoes
Bowling Ramp
(only at bowling alley)
Bowling Carpet
HOW TO PLAY
 Bowling is an individual sport, one can play on their own or
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against others
Play begins with a person throwing “bowling” the ball
down a lane
The game consists of ten frames, the bowler has two
chances to knock down the pins in each frame
When keeping score, bonus points are awarded; the next
2 balls (for a strike) or 1 ball (for a spare)
If the bowler knocks down all pins in the 10th frame with
one roll (strike), bowler gets 2 more rolls
If the bowler knocks down all pins in the 10th frame with two
rolls (spare), bowler gets 1 more roll
A perfect game is 12 strikes maximum score 300 points
The player with the highest score after 10 frames is the
winner.
HOW TO PLAY
MODIFIED GAME RULES
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Using the bowling carpet as the bowling lane
Line up cones along the side of the carpet
A student rolls or pushes the ball off the ramp
The distance that the ball rolls on the carpet
without rolling off is carpet measured
• The student who rolls the ball farthest on the
carpet wins
• If student is able those that use a ramp to bowl can
be required to line the ramp up independently
BOWLING SAFETY
• Wear comfortable clothes and shoes while bowling
• Use a ball that is the proper weight: you can control
when throwing and fingers fit comfortably
• Stay behind the foul line when rolling your ball
• Bowlers should keep hands clear of return ball return
until all balls have come to a complete stop
Ball return
HOW TO HOLD A BOWLING
BALL
2 middle fingers
Thumb
Two fingers and your thumb
TARGET ARROWS
A visual ball alignment target for bowlers that is
displayed on the lane
Target Arrows
BOWLING
FOUR STEP DELIVERY APPROACH
The basic beginning approach to bowling consisting of
the stance, push-away, approach, swing, and follow
through
BOWLING CUES
FOUR STEP DELIVERY APPROACH
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Stance
Swing arm back
Swing arm forward
Follow through
HOW TO BOWL USING A RAMP
1. Line the ramp up behind the foul line
2. Place one or both hands on the ball
3. Push forward
SPARE
STRIKE
Term used for knocking
down all 10 pins using 2
balls in a frame.
Term used for knocking
over all of the pins with
the first throw of a frame.
TURKEY
DOUBLE
3 strikes bowled in a row
2 strikes bowled in a row
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FOUL
GUTTER BALL
FOUL LINE
When a bowler crosses
over the foul line
ASDFSDF
GUTTER
A ball rolled in the
gutter when no pins
are knocked down
Cognition Information
WHY SHOULD I PLAY BOWLING?
Playing bowling is good for my
cardiovascular health
Playing Bowling stimulates my brain
Playing Bowling helps keep my
muscles and joints flexible and strong
Playing Bowling allows me to make new
friends and have fun while being active
HOW WILL DISC GOLF BENEFIT
ME IN MY LIFE?
Playing Bowling keeps me at
a healthy weight
Playing Bowling will help me stay
energized
Playing Bowling is a great way to
make friends
WHAT AM I DOING?
Bowling with a ramp
IDENTIFY THE BOWLING BALL
Hockey Puck
Bowling Ball
Flyer Disc
Volleyball
Basketball
WHAT IS THIS?
GUTTER
Ball return
Bowling Pins
Gutter
Bowling Ramp
IDENTIFY THE PERSON
PLAYING BOWLING
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Football
Disc Golf
Basketball
Cognition
Assessments Tools
WHY SHOULD I PLAY BOWLING?
HOW WILL BOWLING BENEFIT
ME IN MY LIFE?
WHAT AM I DOING?
IDENTIFY THE BOWLING BALL
WHAT IS THIS?
IDENTIFY THE PERSON
PLAYING BOWLING
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