# 5thPET2Bowlstudy guide

```BOWLING STUDY GUIDE
A FRAME is two tries to knock down the pins.
It is a STRIKE when you knock down all of the pins on the first roll.
A STRIKE is worth 10 points plus your next TWO ROLLS.
It is called a SPARE when you knock down all of the pins in two rolls.
A SPARE is worth 10 points plus your next ONE ROLL.
The HEAD PIN is pin # 1.
You should roll the ball in the POCKET in order to bowl a strike.
If you hit the head pin in the middle you will probably end up with a SPLIT.
A SLEEPER is a pin that is directly behind another pin.
An OPEN FRAME is a frame without a strike or spare.
It is called a TURKEY when you bowl three strikes in a row.
A bowler must roll 12 strikes to bowl a PERFECT GAME.
A PERFECT SCORE in bowling is 300 points.
A bowler STRIKES OUT when they make 3 strikes in a row in the 10th Frame.
In class, we learned to RELEASE the bowling ball with our palm facing toward the pins.
To have a good APPROACH: you should release the ball with your opposite foot forward, keep
7
PIN NUMBERS:
8
4
9
5
2
6
3
1
KNOW AND UNDERSTAND HOW TO KEEP SCORE.
SEE THE BACK SIDE OF THIS STUDY GUIDE
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REMEMBER, A STRIKE IS WORTH 10 POINTS AND THE
NEXT 2 ROLLS.
A SPARE IS WORTH 10 POINTS AND THE NEXT ROLL.
CHECK OUT HOW EACH FRAME IS SCORED BELOW!
1
9 0
9
2
6
3
29
47
X
4
5 3
55
5
7 2
64
6
X
84
7
4
103
8
9 0
112
9
10
X 7 2
131
140
TOTAL
140
```