Bingo

Bingo

Published on 3 December 2021
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Michele Mavrovouniotis
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Transcript
00:04
Welcome to Bingo
00:04
Welcome to Bingo!
00:06
Who is ready to play?
00:09
But first, a fun fact...
00:10
Bingo was originally used by the Germans as a way to teach children numbers (the multiplication table) and history.
00:16
You'll need your set of 5 colored Bingo cards
00:17
and a highlighter to begin
00:22
There are 75 numbers in a BINGO game. Your board has 24 numbers and a FREE SPACE. A letter/number will be called, like B15. If you have it, you use the highlighter to color that space.
00:28
We will use one BINGO paper per game. Tear off the color for the game we are playing.
00:32
Regular BINGO is 5 numbers in a line
00:33
Your line may be vertical, horizontal or diagonal in regular BINGO
00:38
Most Important-- You need to shout BINGO when you have a winning game! Someone will come around to check your  winning game and there will be prizes!
00:40
Let's have some FUN!