Writing Practice PDFs (Download in comments)

Hey everyone,

I have been using WaniKani for a while now and love it. The only thing I really miss is writing practice.

That’s why I have been coding a little script (available here) to generate PDFs for writing practice based on WaniKani’s levels.

This image shows an example page of the PDFs generated. If you want to tinker around with my code, feel free to do so. In case you just want to download the PDFs, you will find them here.

I hope it helps you a little.

Have fun and cheers. :slight_smile:

EDIT: I also made a cross-post on reddit.

UPDATE May 5th, 2015:

I added some code to generate vocabulary writing practice. The sheets only contain kana and meaning and you have to fill in the appropriate kanji.

Download Kanji Writing Practice
Download Vocabulary Writing Pratice

Update May 1st, 2017:

I have updated my code to generate the PDFs and re-uploaded them to GitHub.

Please go here to download the files: http://suchmaske.github.io/WaniKani-KanjiPaper/#/

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That’s really neat. When I’m somewhat less busy, I’ll definitely give it a go!

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Thanks, looks very useful :slight_smile:

You might also be interested in the stroke order diagrams from Jisho: http://jisho.org/kanji/details/%E7%BE%8E

This is too convenient…even though I’m not that big on studying how to write kanji, I might just print these all out…

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Woah…it even has onyomi/kunyomi and meaning…I…Thank you.

This is pretty great! I’ll have to give it a try.

Great addition to the site. Thanks for this!

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You, sir!
You are good, yes, sir!

Much kudos to you, sir! Won’t stop writing, no, sir!

This is very helpful! Thanks for putting in the time to make this!

nice work… I’ll definitely use these :smiley:

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Brilliant!

Oh, these are terrific!  Thanks!

Oh my. Thank you!

wow these are amazing! So happy you made them! Especially love the on’yomi and kun’yomi readings to them all!!!

ありがとございます!!!

I may be late, but this is amazing. I like writing kanji (it’s almost therapeutic) but I hadn’t really found a way to match it with WaniKani. Thank you!

awesome, thank you so much!

Thank you for this. Writing makes remembering the kanji easier for me.

UPDATE May 5th, 2015:

I added some code to generate
vocabulary writing practice. The sheets only contain kana and meaning
and you have to fill in the appropriate kanji.

Download Kanji Writing Practice
Download Vocabulary Writing Pratice

Nice! Thanks a lot. I’m one of those people that need to write these out to make them stick permanently in my brain.

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This is partially working, but my install of MiKTex is not being friendly. Has anyone else gotten this to work in 64-bit Windows with MikTex 2.9?

Thank you very much, super useful.