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Lovely worksheet! I just wanted to point out that Ireland only has two names: Ireland, or Eire. "The Republic of Ireland" is only used to differentiate between Northern Ireland and Ireland. Ireland is officially "Ireland". Another thing is that the national symbol of the Shamrock should really only have 3 leaves. It was supposed to represent the Trinity of Catholic deities. "Father, son, holy spirit." With four leaves itīs just a four leaf clover, good luck but not particularly Irish! I guess Iīm nit-picking, itīs a very nice learning aid :)