Here's the link to the free kanji flashcards.
This is the easiest and most effective way of learning Kanji that I do on a daily basis.
1. Go through the flashcards 1-60
2. Listen to positive motivational speakers while you review them
3. Continue going through the 60 flashcards until a whole hour is finished.
4. Mark your progress by a tally.
5. Continue doing this method until you recognize the characters automatically.
*The site uses Java so make sure your browser can use Java and you should be fine*
I like to mark my progress on another piece of paper as a tally through how many Kanji I've already learned already.
I'ts a great way to see how many times you've went over a set of Kanji, and notice how far you've came. Because every stroke represents a day you dedicated an hour to improve in Japanese.
I highly recommend anyone studying through the Jouyou kanji buy James W. Heisig's remembering the kanji I cannot stress enough how effective it is to use this book while doing flash cards. You will be able to recall the characters and produce them.
Here is a video further explaining it's importance.
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