10 Amazing Bowling Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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Do you have a little sports lover at home? Is he a fan of bowling, and does he insist on going to the bowling alley with you? Are you scouring the internet for some bowling coloring pages? Well, scour no more, read our post and print some lovely bowling coloring sheets for your little sports fan.

Bowling is a sport or leisure activity where a player rolls a bowling ball down an alley towards the target. It is a most modern form of throwing games. The sport is extremely popular, and so are its coloring pages. So we have compiled ten of the best coloring pages for your little one. Check them out below.

Lovely Bowling Coloring Pages:

1. Bowling Equipment:

Here’s the perfect coloring page to introduce your child to bowling. The coloring page features a bowling ball and pin. Bowling has come a long way since the first indoor bowling alley built in 1840 in New York City, but the equipment remains the same. The bowling ball is the most important equipment for the sport followed by the pins.

2. Crash!

Get your child on a roll with our bowling coloring page. The ball has hit the pins successfully. Lucky is the player who attempted the strike. It is the target of the every player to knock over the pins at the end of the lane. There is also a pin variation, where the aim is to get the ball as close to the mark as possible.

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3. Shera Bowling:

Here’s Shera preparing to hit a strike at the bowling alley. It looks like Shera is taking part in a bowling competition. And he is ready to win the game. Do you think you can beat Shera at bowling? Your kid will have a blast using his creativity to color this athletic lion.

4. Bowling Shoes:

Here’s a coloring image of bowling shoes. Every bowling alley insists on wearing a pair of bowling shoes before playing. It is for two main reasons, performance and safety. The surface area of most of the bowling alleys is flat, slick and free of debris. The regular shoes will stick on the floor, causing you to fall. So always wear a good pair of bowling shoes while bowling.

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5. Piggies Bowling:

These three little pigs are in a bowling tournament. But there are just six pins in the alley. Where are the rest of the four pins? Can you ask your child to find the other four pins hidden in this picture? Make them find a can of soda, a hamburger and a hot dog too. After finding the items make, he can color the image in the brightest shades possible.

6. Kitty Making a Shot:

Using excellent aim, strong arms and a good balance, the kitty in the worksheet has thrown the ball down the alley and is waiting for it to hit the pins. Give this kitty some color and see if your child can come up with some other animals that are making a shot.

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7. Bowling Alley:

Get on a roll with this bowling coloring sheet featuring a bowling alley. The bowling alley is a long and narrow wooden alley used in bowling. The bowling ball goes to hit the ten pins down the lane. Coloring this diagram will strengthen your kid’s hands, helping develop his typing and writing skills.

8. Bowling Pins:

Here is a neat coloring image of bowling pins. The most common pins used in the bowling include the candlepin, ninepin, head pin, ten pins, duckpin and five-pin bowling. A candlepin is a thin pin; a duckpin is short and squat, and headpin has a triangular shape.

9. Count The Bowling Pins:

Instead of dreary math practice, teach your child addition with this fun bowling coloring page. Ask your preschooler to count the number of pins in this coloring page. Then have him color the pin in different colors. Make sure he paints the number 9.

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10. Laughing Pins:

Help your child score a strike with this laughing pins coloring page. These pins are not yet aware that an enormous and heavy ball will strike them down in a matter of few seconds. Coloring this page won’t just make a fun exercise, but will also help your child hone his fine motor skills.

Coloring pages are a great way to introduce your child to different kinds of sports. You can use our printable bowling coloring pages to make bowling invitations too. Which sport does your child enjoy playing the most? Tell us here!

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