Practice Sheets

Want to practice how to write the Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji you've learned? Practice Sheets are printouts that show you how to write the hiragana, katakana and kanji you've learned and give you the ability to perfect your writing.


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Do Fish Have Ears?

Let's learn some more kanji for your body parts!

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Animals and random kanji

These are kanji I'm working on remembering and writing.

MC's Neechan
Updated 10 months ago
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ULP Stage 2 Kanji

On-going compliation of the kanji I learn on my Stage 2 Japanese course

Nikki
Updated 10 months ago
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Because 山 is There!

Hiking is a great hobby especially after a long and cold winter. Let's enjoy the outdoor life. Oh, but don't forget to add some kanji to your vocabulary before that!

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Visiting Tokyo Station

Visiting a big train station in Japan for the first time is exciting but a little scary! You should learn some kanji such as 出 for exit, 入 for entrance, and 駅 for station before your visit!

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WaniKani Kanji 2

LEVEL 2 Kanji

Alexandra
Updated 10 months ago
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WaniKani Kanji 1

LEVEL 1 kanji

Alexandra
Updated 10 months ago
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I'm Not Getting 古い!

Let's add some more kanji to describe how things change. Are you getting 古い? No!

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Kanji: Could You Give Me Some Directions?

Which way should I go? 東, 西, 南, or 北??

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Kanji: A Beautiful Day!

Now, we can talk about the weather with these new kanji!

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