Okay (turning off my tv haha)...😃
Please always remember that when you have practiced any kanji for the 1000th time, the following time should be considered as your very first time.
Therefore, learning kanji (or anything) is about our attitude and concentration (you can't have pure concentration=perfect control over your senses, mind and action while having the ego of thinking you already know something or anything at all) It's not about calligraphy, it’s not about how many hundreds of kanji you have memorized, but it's about one pointed concentration and mastering control over your thoughts and movements/actions.
Okay, having said that you can now use all the Google apps available for learning Kanjis hahaha😭
Here are some very useful stuff ANY native adults can use and also will be having problems because we all forget kanjis using PC constantly which gives us all kanjis and words automatically (veery bad)
★Stroke orders Kanji from 1st - 6th gradehttps://kakijun.jp/main/mainiShougakusei.html
★Applying and releasing pressures while writing lineshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRJDhaue_FE
★Prints for tracing (This page has exercises for the 1st 80 kanjis for 1st grade elementary school kids) The whole link has so many prints!https://happylilac.net/sy-kanzi1h.html#link1
★Hiragana brush strokeshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvUoakQf3I8
★Kanji Certificate Level 10 to 2 (higher) Lower to higher amount of strokeshttps://kakijun.jp/main/mainix.html
★Masters of Shuujihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptKZww-_Etg