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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Let's start to learn Kanji for N3! (1)

In this lesson, you will learn 20 kanji. Let's start to prepare for the JLPT N3 exam!!

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Updated 2 years ago
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Some More Kanji to Finish Up!

By finishing up this lesson, you will be totally ready for the JLPT N4 exam!! You have come such a long way. You should be proud of yourself.

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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Some Kanji Waiting for You

We're almost done with kanji for the JLPT N4 level! Keep going!

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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Hot or Cold?

To measure the temperature, do you use the Fahrenheit scale in your country? If you do, then you'll need to get some practice in using Celsius before you visit Japan, or else you may get very confused!

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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Mother Nature!

It's good to spend time in the midst of Mother Nature! It's also good to spend time in the middle of kanji related to Mother Nature, isn't it?

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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Actions in Kanji!

Here are some kanji that describe actions. Get active even when you study!

Jan
Updated 1 month ago
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Good vs. Evil

In this lesson, you can master how to write some common adjectives with kanji! You will be surprised how sophisticated your writing can look just by adding some kanji!

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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A Scourer of the World

Do you like to travel? Well then let's travel the world of kanji!

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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Finally, Kanji for Kanji!

It's been a while since we started to learn kanji. Now, finally, you can write "kanji" in kanji!! They look to be complicated, but you need them!

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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More Haste, Less Speed

There is no shortcut to learn kanji! You just need to memorize them one by one. Keep going!

Jan
Updated 2 years ago
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