For a breezy, one-page introduction to boccelism basics, check out Beginner's Boccelism; you'll be instigating bucket violence in no time.
There's more to the game than tossing balls at buckets and making noise. For details about bonus points and other rare scoring events, suggestions on rules variations, and a glossary of boccelism terms you'll need The Rules of Boccelism.
Just the facts, ma'am. No three-ring binder is necessary for the condensed rules, formatted to fit on a single page. All the basics of playing and scoring are included, without the elaborate descriptions, game variations, and glossary of terms found in the classic Rules of Boccelism.
It's all well and good to play "for fun," but when you're ready to keep track of stats you'll need plenty of these. Courtesy of the A.B.A., this Official Score Sheet includes every category currently used in Tournament Play. Also handy is the Lightning Case Score Sheet, for half-length one end cases.
Not ready for the intricacies of a Tournament Score Sheet, but you don't have a chalk board or dry-erase board handy? This Simple Score Sheet is for you! Large quarry and dalrymple boxes give you ample room for tally marks, neatly organized to make it easy to keep track of your case.
Need some graphic guidance on laying out a proper boccelism court? This diagram includes lots of arrows, text and measurements.
When did people start tossing balls at buckets? Here's one version (just don't expect to find it on Wikipedia): A fanciful history of boccelism