Handwriting Practice by Wanikani Level?

Excited to say that I’ve reached level 5! I’m looking forward to more vocab terms, even if I’m starting to really feel the craziness of reviews.
At this level, I’m starting to feel like my inability to actually write the characters is hindering me a bit. Are there any handwriting practices out there that go by Wanikani level? Or would I be better off looking them up by individual kanji?

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If you have access to a printer and prefer the pen and paper approach, these printable kanji sheets are great:

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Ahhh, the title almost had me thinking this was going to be a thread for sharing handwriting practice :smiling_face_with_tear:

Kanji.sh has worksheets for practicing writing every kanji according to WaniKani levels. You can print them for physical practice, or download them to a tablet to use with apps like GoodNotes.

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My bad! And thank you for the resource!!

No reason you can’t start a thread with that goal :slight_smile:

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