Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Bowling help children develop large motor skills and eye hand coordination. It's also lots of fun.

Blocks, empty boxes, or even stacked rolls of paper towels can be used as bowling pins. Any size ball can be used for the bowling ball.

Be creative with how you stack up the "pins". The can be in one tall tower or many shorter towers. Your child can stand as close or as far away as he chooses. If he's too far away, he can problem solve and decide to move closer. If he's too close and the game is easy, he can decide to move further away.

Roll the ball, yell strike, and stack them up again for more fun.

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