Glow in the Dark Bowling

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Glow in the Dark Bowling made from used water bottles and glow in the dark necklaces. A fun and easy indoor activity for kids that will make the evening loads of fun. 
 
With summer on the horizon and kids at home, I am always looking for easy and fun ideas to help keep my kids entertained and making memories. Here is a super easy bowling DIY for kids. Grab your supplies and get to crafting. 

Glow In The Dark Bowling 

Glow in the Dark Bowling could be a fun activity for you and your kids one evening! Or turn the lights off during the day and play in a darker room. 

What Do You Need For Glow In The Dark Bowling 

How To Make Glow In The Dark Bowling Activity 

Start by spray painting your ball with the paint so you can see it. If you don’t want to do this, feel free to skip this step. Now you will want to remove your labels from your bottles and fill your bottles 3/4 way with water. Now you will crack the glow sticks and stick into the bottled water. 

Then set them up like bowling pins and have fun rolling your ball and knock pins over. Just make sure to ensure the lids are on really tight so they won’t spill when knocked over.  

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Glow in the Dark Bowling

Yield: 1 Bowling Set
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: easy

Glow In The Dark Bowling Is a Fun and Affordable indoor activity for kids. Grab your glowsticks and create a glow in the dark bowling activity in no time.

Materials

  • 10 Already Used Water Bottles, filled 3/4 of the way with water
  • Glow in the dark necklaces (I used 20 necklaces for 10 bottles so they'd be extra bright, but you don't have to)
  • A ball
  • Optional: Glow in the dark spray paint

Instructions

  1. Start by spray painting your ball with the paint so you can see it. If you don't want to do this, feel free to skip this step.
  2. Now you will want to remove your labels from your bottles and fill your bottles 3/4 way with water. Now you will crack the glow sticks and stick into the bottled water. 
  3. Then set them up like bowling pins and have fun rolling your ball and knock pins over.
  4. Just make sure to ensure the lids are on really tight so they won't spill when knocked over

Can I Use Different Sized Bottles 

You can use 2 liter or even 1 liter-sized bottles too. Feel free to use what you have on hand. You just might need less or more glow sticks depending on your size of bottles you pick.