There are total of 440 Kanji for Grade-1 to Grade-3.
The Kanji lists are provided in a table that contains Kanji and its OnYomi, KunYomi and Meaning. OnYomi and KunYomi represents reading of a Kanji. In most of the cases, if a Kanji is used alone, then the KunYomi reading is used and if that Kanji is combined with another Kanji then OnYomi reading is used.
I have divided these Kanji into different groups.
This helped me learn faster and repeated revision in intervals helped retain the knowledge.
Logical Grouping of Kanji:
I have formed the below links with each link opens up a HTML page having a small set of Grade-1 to Grade-3 Japanese School grade Kanji that have something in common. Master these Kanjis by learning and memorizing each small groups.
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