This is a resource that has been shared at least once before on these forums however the post has since locked and I feel it would be worth putting back in the spotlight.
This is a blog which has stories written and recorded based on the JLPT levels to allow for levelled reading and listening practice.
As someone who is currently completing level 10 of Wanikani I was excited to find material that is almost exclusively vocabulary I have learnt, featured in the JLPT5 stories on this blog.
It’s been great to get to read and listen while focusing on grammar and not be concerned about constantly looking up vocabulary meanings.
IS THERE MORE??
SO! Now my question is - are there more amazing resources similar to this where it’s comparable to WK levels and can be both read and listened to?
COULD WE MAKE OUR OWN??
Could this sort of short, sharp content be something the more skilled members of this community could produce to have as a shared resource? That would be amazing! Similar to the amazing book clubs that feature here!
It could be a great exercise for more proficient WK users and a great chance for appropriate reading and listening practice for newer members like myself.
Perhaps the community already does this and I just haven’t found it? Perhaps I’m being naive.
Anyways, hopefully someone finds this resource useful!