You can write them over and over again. My best friends daughter and son are learning it that way.
Here try this, it will help a lot
They go by two systems
ONYOMI which is CHINESE READING. Onyomi means sound readings. Are multiple kanji combined into one. They are often called Jukugo which means they are the really big English words that smart people like to used all the time. Onyomi has no hiragana attached to the kanji and they have multiple kanji in them. For example 同様 (どうよう/douyou) means identical, equal to, same (kind),like, similarity.
Here's a break down of 同様
冂 (キョウ、ケイ/kyou,kei)=down box
All this adds up to 同様. All six kanji's make up one word. If you heard of a two for one sale this would be an example to help remember.
KUNYOMI is Japanese reading of kanji. you'll use kun readings when a kanji has hiragana attached to it or when a kanji's sitting out by itself. You won't find them when it comes to multi-kanji words as often.
For example, 赤 (あか/aka)=red is a noun with out the hiragana at the end and 赤い (あかい/akai) is used as an adjective with the hiragana at the end in Kunyomi. Along with 食べます、行きます、etc.
Also you should avoid writing you name in Kanji because most Japanese have a hard time reading and remembering kanji. Plus it will make your name sound strange and weird. Also believe it or not there are some that have a hard time telling part onyomi and kunyomi. It's shocking and unbelievable, but it's true. They also can still tell the Kanji character part by the Hiragana and katakana. Also you have to study the kanji characters one by one because they are used in many ways. This requires a lot of studying if you want to read to Japanese. Just focus on learning the systems in order start with Hiragana, katakana, and then kanji.
Try watching Japanese TV shows, dramas, interviews of your favorite singer's or actors, movies, and music. Gaki no tsukai you can find them on YouTube. YOSHIKI from X-Japan is also good too. Some of his nico douga interviews are on YouTube.You can find dramas on Viki and gooddrama. For the music go to jpopasia they have the hiragana, katakana, kanji, romanization and English translations. You can used apps like Memrise, Japanese for Android, Mindsnacks, Takoboto, Akebi,jisho, &ルルロロ (ruru roro) they are children's games and they can help study Japanese. Japanese YouTubers like KinoshitaYuka, HikakinTV, Keimushi-chan. For more help go to ejje.weblio.jp you can use both Japanese & English.