10 Best Youth Hunting Bow

Updated on: September 2022

Best Youth Hunting Bow in 2022


Genesis Kit - RH Black

Genesis Kit - RH Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • Official bow of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).
  • Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities. With no specific draw length requirement, kids can't outgrow this bow.
  • Includes a machined 6061-T6 aluminum riser, aluminum cam and idler wheel, sturdy composite limbs and high-strength bowstrings – all made in the USA.
  • Built with single-cam technology, there are no tuning issues, less recoil, less noise and more accurate shooting.
  • Kit includes: Bow, belt tube quiver, adjustable arm guard, five (5) aluminum arrows, 3/16" hex wrench and an Owner's Manual.

Bear Archery Brave Youth Bow Includes Whisker Biscuit, Arrows, Armguard, and Arrow Quiver Recommended for Ages 8 and Up – Camo

Bear Archery Brave Youth Bow Includes Whisker Biscuit, Arrows, Armguard, and Arrow Quiver Recommended for Ages 8 and Up – Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • 26” axle-to-axle introductory bow comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows
  • Set also includes Whisker Biscuit, 1-pin sight, finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
  • Whisker Biscuit is the safest rest in archery industry and a $40 value.Care-hand wash
  • Recommended age range for youth children ages eight and older.Compatibility-compound bow.Hand orientation-right handed
  • Features 15 to 25 lb. draw weight and 13.5 inch draw length range

BARNETT Vortex Youth Compound Bow, 19-45lbs Draw Weight, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Camo

BARNETT Vortex Youth Compound Bow, 19-45lbs Draw Weight, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • VORTEX 45LB YOUTH BOW in Mossy Oak Break-Up Country Camo. Versatile and well equipped youth compound bow designed to adjust with the advancing skills of developing archers
  • Youth Archery Bow Package Includes a Sight, Arrow Rest, 3 Arrows and a Quiver
  • Adjustable Draw Weights from 19 - 45 lb. Compound Bow | Adjustable Draw Length from 21" - 27".
  • Constructed to ATA/AMO Standards
  • Right Handed Bow Only

Bear Archery Scout Youth Bow Set – Flo Green

Bear Archery Scout Youth Bow Set – Flo Green
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Beginner bow set comes ready to shoot with two Safetyglass arrows and sight pin
  • Set also includes finger rollers, armguard, and arrow quiver
  • Recommended age range for children is 4 to 7 years old
  • Features 8-13 lb. draw weight and 16- to 24-inch draw length range
  • 33-inch long ambidextrous bow features durable composite limbs

PSE ARCHERY, Mini Burner Compound Bow, Mossy Oak Country Camo, Right Hand, 40#

PSE ARCHERY, Mini Burner Compound Bow, Mossy Oak Country Camo, Right Hand, 40#
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
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Leader Accessories Compound Bow Youth Bow 19-29lbs 24" - 26" Archery Hunting Equipment with Max Speed 129fps

Leader Accessories Compound Bow Youth Bow 19-29lbs 24
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities.
  • Hand Orientation: Right. Draw Weight: 19 - 29 lbs. Draw Length: 24" - 26".
  • Max Speed: 129 FPS. Let Off: 65%. Axle to Axle: 32". Brace Height: 7.5". Weight:2.2 lbs.
  • Aluminum Riser. Adjust the draw weight with enclosed Allen Wrench.
  • The compound bow is with 2pc of 26" fiberglass arrow, quiver, finger Tab, armguard. 1-Year Warranty on the bow excluding string & cables.

Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow (40 LB, Right)

Samick Sage Takedown Recurve Bow (40 LB, Right)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Design: Imported wood, limbs are hard Maple with black fiberglass; single tapered knob and metal limb pocket design; limbs can be purchased separately to increase or decrease weight as needed
  • RECOMMENDED MAX DRAW LENGTH: 29"

Bear Archery Cruzer Lite RTH Compound Bow - Realtree Edge - Right Hand

Bear Archery Cruzer Lite RTH Compound Bow - Realtree Edge - Right Hand
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Incredible versatility bow is adjustable from child to legend
  • Ready to hunt bow comes equipped with five Trophy Ridge accessories
  • Adjustable from 12 to 27 inches in draw length and from 5 to 45 lbs. peak draw weight
  • All adjustments are made using an Allen wrench with no need for a bow press
  • Weights only 3.2 lbs. and up to 290 feet per second

Genesis Original Bow - RH White Camo

Genesis Original Bow - RH White Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Official bow of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).
  • Great starter bow for archers of all ages, sizes and athletic abilities.
  • With no specific draw length requirement, kids can't outgrow this bow.
  • Includes a machined 6061-T6 aluminum riser, aluminum cam and idler wheel, sturdy composite limbs and high-strength bowstrings – all made in the USA.
  • Built with single-cam technology, there are no tuning issues, less recoil, less noise and more accurate shooting.

KAINOKAI 54" Traditional Laminated Recurve Bow/Archery Amercian Hunting&Target Horse Bow/Longbow Most Arrows fits,15-55 lbs for Kids Teens & Adults

KAINOKAI 54
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • FEATURES:Not Only aesthetical, lighter & more handy,Fires great, with reinforced limb tips allow bow to be Fast Flight. Perfect for hunting , or target practice. Laminated limbs provides high pressure bearing, won't easily split
  • TECH & MATERIAL:Made of Naturally sourced woods,bamboo core,pretty edges more rounded& refined.14 strand Dyneema string
  • FUNCTION:Both right & left hand designed, with arrow rest, draw weights of 15-55lbs,a rich range pounds for all novice archer,teens,kid &adults.
  • ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY:Both tradtional stringing/unstring method or using a stringer tool works. Traditional method can be found as illustrated.it is not recommended to leave a bow strung for any long period pf time, better to remove the string after each use.
  • Due to big size of product and long-distance transportation, the outer package may be easily damaged. This is normal not effecting use, I hope archerlovers can understand!

Benefits of Youth Bowling

Youth bowling is an excellent building block for team building skills.

I have been bowling since I was four years old. Almost every Saturday during my childhood was spent at the local bowling alley. There were many Saturdays that I would have preferred to stay home and watch cartoons but I chose not to because I knew that my team was depending on me to be there. When bowling in league competition, each team member's participation is crucial to the team being competitive. It is very difficult to win a game without all team members. Since bowling is a sport that can be started very young, it is a great way to help a child learn the importance of team work and responsibility at an early age. If one person is doing poorly on a given day, but another team member is doing exceptionally well the team still has a great chance to win. In other sports this is not as likely to be the case. For example let's look at baseball. If the pitcher is having a really bad day and the right fielder is having the best game of his/her life, it is not very likely the team is going to have as much of a chance to win. If a pitcher is giving up a ton of runs but the right fielder is catching every ball that is hit his/her way the team is still likely to lose. In bowling it is like all team members are the pitcher. Each team member has equal weight in the overall game. In sports like baseball this is not the case. Again we will use the pitcher and right fielder as examples. During the inning, the pitcher touches the ball during each out/play. Unless the ball is hit to the right fielder, he/she will not touch the ball. In bowling, each team member has an impact on every frame of the game.

Bowling can grant a child's need for instant gratification which keeps the child's attention. Each time a bowler gets up to bowl they can see the team's score cumulatively before the child takes his/her turn. Then the bowler can look at the cumulative team score immediately after their turn is over to see what effect his/her participation had that frame in the overall goal of winning the game, by comparing his/her team's cumulative score to the opposing team's score. This process keeps the child's attention throughout the whole game because they are actively participating in each frame of the game. Again, this is unlike many other team sports. I will use the baseball reference again. If a child is playing in the outfield it is unlikely their attention is going to be focused on the game at all times. If they aren't actively participating during each step of the game they are going to end up paying more attention to the flies in the air than what is going on at home plate. How many little league games have we as parents yelled at our children while they were in the field telling them to pay attention to the batter in hopes that they would pay attention so the ball wouldn't hit them in the head.

Bowling presents the participant the experiences needed to develop team building skills. Bowling also allows the participant some of the benefits of an individual sport. When a bowler is up to bowl the team and any observers are focusing attention to the bowler. This can satisfy the child's need for individual attention which doesn't normally come with team activities. Usually in team sports such as baseball, the audience's attention isn't usually focused exclusively on the right fielder for much of the game. There will be the occasional opportunity for the right fielder to make a play but that isn't a very frequent occurrence in little league. Typically the only audience members focused on the right fielder are the parents of the child. In bowling, when the bowler is taking his/her turn usually all spectators and team members are focused on watching the participant. This is an additional benefit that participants experience which teaches the children that their performance really matters in the overall competition and makes the game seem more exciting and rewarding to the child.

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