By Kevin O’Parks and Erik O’Fetty
 "I (name) do solemnly swear true faith and allegiance
to the Constitution of the Irish Free State as by law
established, and that I will be faithful to H.M. King
George V, his heirs and successors by law in virtue of
the common citizenship of Ireland with Great Britain
and her adherence to and membership of the group of
nations forming the British Commonwealth of
Nations."
 Kale
Pigs feet
Irish stew
 Christmas
 New Year’s
 Easter
 Saint Patrick’s Day
 Ireland has a President , a government, and they also
vote to pick these people to represent them. We have a
lot in common with them!
 They use the Euro.
 Here is a picture of the former currency called the Irish
pound.
 A majority of Ireland are Christians. The two main
religions are Catholic and Protestant.
 Rugby
Soccer
 Traditional Irish Clothing
English
Celtic
 Banking
 Fishing
Air Lingus
Potato Farming
 They go to school just like we do in America. Instead
of being in the “Second Grade”, in Ireland they would
say the “Second Class”.
Irish Instruments
Irish Music/Dance
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD2Wly
sFn4A&feature=related