Christmas Bingo

Summary: Christmas Bingo is where the players have to sign a box on the game sheet indicating things that relate to Christmas time that they have either done or are doing.

Ages: From 18 and above

Recommended Number of Players: Unlimited

Equipment:
Print the Christmas Bingo Game Sheet - Password Needed
Pen or pencil for each player

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Set Up:
No prior set up required

How to Play:

Give each player a Bingo Game Sheet. Everyone must mingle with all the other players and find out which one has or has not done that particular item mentioned in one of the boxes. Then that player signs their name in that box. Each player can only sign one box per sheet.

Winner:
The first player to have a full row filled with signatures, either horizontal, vertical or diagonal wins the game. Another option is called "Black Out" where the rule is every box must have a signature to win.

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