Bowling Field Trip

*I added a new blog header (nightmare trying to take a picture with 8 kids that only wanted to play), but for some reason it's blurry.  I'll keep working on it.

 Latest field trip: AMF Bowling Tour and Bowling
Of course, the video games lured their attention from the get go.
 Ken, the manager, was our tour guide and did such a good job.  The kids lining up to head to the back of the lanes.
 It's only a small hallway, so it's a bit cramped back there.  The kids stayed by the wall while Ken explained and showed them how the pin setter and ball return worked.  Pretty neat.
The pin setter
Before heading back to the lanes to bowl, Ken gave our class an old pin to sign.  
 All the busy bees signed their names.  Since there is only 1 pin and 8 kids, we'll just take turns passing around the bowling pin, so all the kids can proudly display it in their rooms (or use it as a weapon and break things). 
 Let the bowling begin.
Trevor started us off on the right lane.
 The favorite hang out - the ball return.  The hardest part was having to wait your turn.
 Blake testing out the ball shooter thing (technical term, I'm sure).
 Luke watching as the ball SLOWLY rolls down the lane.
 Nice form, Logan.

 After bowling Ken let all the kids spin a prize wheel.  Everyone won some sort of prize from the snack bar.
 Final scores, although none of them bowled each time it was their turn, so not accurate.
 We were racing to see if we could beat the clock (our time ran out on the very last bowl).

FUN field trip!!

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