Constructed from soft, squeezable plastic. Colorful and durable. Set includes 6 pins, a ball, and a carrying case. Good for years 2 and up. Sturdy.
Reports that some of these come with a strong chemical smell that takes a while to wear off.
Each set consists of 10 mini bowling pins and a marble-sized ball. Each order will net you 6 sets. Good as party favors. For kids 5 and up. Affordable.
Some of these arrive with broken marbles, or the marbles break easily soon after. These are very small sets. Each pin is 1.5 inches tall.
You get 10 pins and 2 balls with this set, all constructed of lightweight foam. Comes with a portable zippered case. For indoor or outdoor use. Good quality and durable. Ages 2 and up. Vibrant and educational.
Due to seams on the bottom, some of these don't stand up well, particularly outside. Smaller than expected, with the pins being only 7 inches tall.
For indoor or outdoor use. Comes with 6 jumbo sized (30-inch) inflatable pins, along with 1 inflatable ball. Easy to blow up, and easy to clean. Sturdy, and the pins are weighted a little so they stand up well.
Some of these arrive with holes in the pins. The ball is pretty light, so you really have to use some force to get the pins to knock over.
Well designed and crafted set with 10 wooden pins and 3 bowling balls. Very colorful, with both faces and numbers on the pins. Lightweight yet sturdy. Comes with a burlap storage sack. For ages 3 and up.
The overall set is a lot smaller than some buyers expected; the pins are 4 inches tall. The wooden pins are also very hard, and some parents may see them as potential projectiles.
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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