Bingo Night

We went to Bingo night, organized by the my daughter's primary school, she is now on year one.

I had no idea at all how to play Bingo, so I didn't buy the Bingo books which should have cost me £4. The head teacher Mrs. Smith sit opposite us to teach us how to play.

The basic rule: One person call out as many numbers as needed, you have to cross out the matched number on your Bingo book, until you got a single line or all numbers which called a full house. Kids have two chances to match a single line and one full house, the adults have one chance of single line and then a full house.

My Daughter almost started to cry when she proceeded to the last page, and said, "I want to win!"

"You will win on this page, I am sure of that!" I said, though I have no confident at all.

Then she won a skipping rope.

She skipped all the way home, feeling too excited to say tired.

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