Bowling party ideas for birthdays are always enjoyed by adults and children. There is ten-pin bowling and five-pin bowling, and there is also bowling in the dark.
This looks cool and might be a bit more fun for kids. The room is dark, except for black lights, and the bowling pins, lanes and bowling balls all glow in the dark.
Some bowling lanes offer a small restaurant or party room for anyone looking for something to eat or having a party. If it is a party room and you wish to make use of it you will need to book ahead of time. Usually, you can have pizza, nachos, burgers and fries served to the kids. This can be done at the start or end of the party.
Fun bowling party supplies include bowling ball plates and tablecloths, bowling shirt garland, and foil bowling ball centerpieces.
Another option is to have a bowling party at home where you will eat first and then take the kids bowling. You will need to get some help from other parents to shuttle the kids around.
The number of games played by the party group will depend on the age and the rate that the kids get tired. Prizes for the best and the worst bowlers can be can be won and consist of all kinds of toys and books that you might find. A little trophy purchased for the overall winner can also be presented.