Here's a simple colouring page of a contestant in a lawn bowls competition - just right for the Commonwealth Games!
As Lawn Bowls will be played in the Commonwealth Games, we have a new collection of colouring and printable activities for the kids.
Lawn bowls dates back to the late 13th Century, and the first bowling green, dating from 1299, is still in existence in Southampton! A small bowl is thrown and then everyone tries to throw a number of larger bowls as close as possible to it. Lawn bowls is traditionally played on a large rectangle of carefully maintained grass, or artificial grass. Many villages and towns throughout the UK have a bowling green, often near the tennis club!
Lawn bowls seems to be most popular with the grandpas of the world! But it is also a competitive sport and it is included in 2014's Commonwealth Games, so we have a set of our handwriting worksheets with lawn bowls on them. Here is the finger tracing worksheet.
Children can trace the words on this funny lawn bowls handwriting worksheet until they feel they can try writing them on their own.
Write about the sport of lawn bowls, or make up a story using the picture for inspiration! Choose from lines or handwriting lines.
Perfect for the Commonwealth Games, in which lawn bowls is one of the 15 sports in 2014, this lawn bowls tracing worksheet will give the kids some handwriting practice and a fun picture to colour in too.
Use our lawn bowls writing page for fact-finding and fact-saving, for writing about a local match you watch, or for keeping score during the Commonwealth Games.