Stance: Studies on the Family

Brigham Young University Student Journal

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Ideas for Family Fun: Skittle Bowling

Wondering what to do this Friday night? A great way to have fun with your family this week is to play a game called skittle bowling. The logistics are simple: go to your favorite bowling alley and pay for a game (usually around $4 per game for adults and $3 for children under 12 years of age) and make sure to bring a bag of skittles.

Picture from here.

Picture from here.

The rules for skittle bowling are simple. Each time you bowl, you are required to do a funny action. When it’s your turn, grab a skittle. Each skittle color represents a funny action you have to do. For example, if you draw red, then you have to hop once before you toss the bowling ball. Deciding what action each color represents will be up to you and your family, but a suggested list is below:

Red= hop once

Purple= close one eye

Green= spin three times, then grab the bowling ball

Orange= toss the ball granny style

Yellow= do a dance move before you toss the bowling ball

Skittle bowling is a fun way to mix up your evening with your family and have fun together. It’s a great way to enjoy some candy, some bowling, and some quality time with your loved ones.

—Rachel Harris, Stance

 

 

Ideas for Family Fun: Night at the Movies

Everyone likes a good show, and going with your family is even better.

A simple way to spend time with your family this week is to go to a movie with them. It doesn’t have to be all that fancy or expensive either—in Provo, Utah, the Cinemark Movies 8 offers ticket entries for 75 cents for groups of three or more on Monday nights. It’s a cheap, fun way to spend quality time together.

—Rachel Harris, Stance