Bingo





"The miller's dog lay at the mill,

And his name was little Bingo,

B with an I, I with an N, N with a G, G with an O,

His name was little Bingo.



"The miller he bought a cask of ale,

And he called it right good Stingo,

S with a T, T with an I, I with an N, N with a G, G with an O,

He called it right good Stingo."



One child represents the miller, the rest stand round him in a circle,

and all dance round and sing the verse. When it comes to the spelling

part of the rhyme, the miller points to a child who must call out the

right letter.



Anyone who makes a mistake must pay a forfeit.





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