Monday, December 20, 2010

Bowling Doubles

  


Players set up their scorecard by matching all the
pin numbers to the scorecard numbers. Player One
rolls the decahedron die and doubles the number.
Let’s say the number 6 is rolled. Player One would
say, “double sixes…6+6=12”. Then remove the pin
from the number 12 spot on their scorecard. If a
player has already removed the sum of the number
rolled, their turn is over and play continues for the
next player. The winner is the player to remove all
(or the most) pins on the numbered circles on their
scorecard.
You may play up to 4 players in a group.

These colorful pins make for some extra fun when setting up the game.  I got them at the local Dollar Tree, but I've also seen them at Target and Walmart...

Or download the file with directions and the printable templates below:  Click Here
 


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