Best Kids' Bowling Sets

Updated January 2019
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    Teach kids the basics of bowling in the comfort of your own home (or just let them make up the rules as they try to knock the pins down) with a kids’ bowling set. Some are large, almost full-sized pins and ball(s), while others are miniature versions that are ideal to give as party favors. Made of plastic, wood, foam, or even an inflatable material, there is a set for any preference. Most are good for indoor use, and some can be used outdoors, too. You can opt for a classic design like the pins and balls you’d find at your local bowling alley, or more novel designs. A kids’ bowling set will cost you $10 to $30.

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