If you think learning the Japanese kanji characters is difficult, you might find comfort in the fact that it is even harder for the Japanese: sure, since it's the written form of their native language, they have plenty of opportunities to see them in use but when they are in school, they must hit specific goals in every grade in terms of how many they learn and how well they can use them. The basic set is 2,136 kanji, of which kids learn 1,026 at elementary school. The Complete Fourth Grade Kanji is one of the best ways to learn the characters students encounter in the fourth grade.
The Complete Fourth Grade Kanji comes in a handy B5 (257 x 182 x 6 mm or 10.1 x 7.2 x 0.2") size and has 128 pages. In them, you find the 202 kanji fourth graders learn and if you think they are trivial, they aren't: among them are the kanji for "government official," "ballot," and "salary"! Even better, the study guide allows you to not only learn their readings and stroke order, but also helps you build up your vocabulary because it gives 480 examples of compound words using the kanji!
Specs and Features:
- Covers the 202 kanji characters taught in Japanese fourth grade
- 480 examples of words using the kanji
- Format: B5
- Dimensions: 257 x 182 x 6 mm (10.1 x 7.2 x 0.2")
- Pages: 128