Kanji Practice Sheets

6 Aug

Here is a list of great printable kanji practice sheets! On all of these sites, the kanji are divided by grade level. Master the First Grade (一年生) kanji, then go to the next level. Please leave a comment if you know of any other great websites or resources for learning kanji.

1. Happy Lilac

Happy Lilac also has other great printables for elementary-aged children HERE.


2.  子育て、ことば育て (Kotoba.littlestar.jp)

(This website might be by the same people who made the Happy Lilac website… they look very similar)


3.  Jakka.jp

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4.  Nekopy.com

This website doesn’t have printables, but has great interactive games for reviewing kanji


5. Kanji1006.com


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5 Responses to “Kanji Practice Sheets”

  1. ThroughTheLookingGlassAndDownTheRabbitHole August 9, 2013 at 3:06 AM #

    These look great! I really must try them out 🙂

  2. Alexandria November 22, 2013 at 8:54 PM #

    Thank you for all the helpful websites!

  3. Allan February 9, 2014 at 5:57 PM #

    Hi – thank you for the good recommendations. What I am searching for is a web-site or iPhone/iPad app which allows me to GENERATE MY OWN KANJI REVIEW/TESTS FOR CHILDREN. I find the order in which the kanji are learned is different in every different resource (Kumon, Shimajiro, Japanese Gov’t children’s textbooks, etc.) I would like to find a way to choose, say, the twenty kanji my daughter is struggling with, and then hit a button and “bang” a dedicated test is generated by the app which tests the reading/writing etc. of those exact twenty kanji. Basically, most Kanji test and review systems (including those helpfully included above) assume the child has completed the whole year, and then will go back and review en masse, with kanji randomly. The better way to learn is to review constantly throughout the year. Appreciate your help.


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