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Computer flashcards for learning to read Japanese Kyōiku Kanji Grades 1 and 2. The Japanese Kanji characters are standardized into groups that are taught to Japanese school children during the 1st through the 9th grade. The groups are defined and maintained by the Japanese Ministry for Education - although the list is designed for Japanese school children it is an excellent place where non-native speakers can begin to learn the most commonly used characters. The 1006 characters for grades 1 through 6 together are known as the Kyōiku Kanji. Mastering them is a great first step in being comfortable reading and understanding Japanese. The flashcards are organized into easy to learn groups (colors, people, numbers, structures, food, etc.) Cards are grouped by the stroke count used to draw the kanji character so that you can choose to learn the simpler characters first. Also, there are separate cards for learning the basic radicals from which more complicated Kanji are derived. The program will automatically re-quiz you on the ones you don\'t know and remove cards of no interest. You can choose to be quizzed on a single group (usually 15 cards) or multiple groups. Each card consists of a large Kanji character, the sub-radicals are named, the English translation, the stroke count used to draw the character, and the On and Kun pronunciations. The demo contains a subset of the cards that are available.