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Welcome to Tennessee State Museum Kids! This page acts as a portal to fun Tennessee State Museum resources that will help kids and their families learn and interact with Tennessee history.
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To celebrate the 225th anniversary of the Cherokee syllabary, play this fun matching game! Sequoyah, who was born in Tennessee, created his syllabary so that the Cherokee people could record their customs, laws, and traditions for the generations to come. Play the game by cutting out the pieces, laying them face down, and picking them up to make a match! As you color your game pieces, you will find the Cherokee letter and the pronunciation on the pictures. Download the game here.
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