Hello and welcome to Kitsun! I’m glad you’re loving it here It’s always cool to see the community grow
There isn’t really. The reason why is that once you know at least a few hundred kanji, hiragana starts being harmful. Not only that, but if you know the kanji of a word, it’s easier to memorize the word in its kanji form over hiragana form. Nevertheless, there’s a bunch of suggestions that I have for you:
You can just learn words that don’t use kanji. For example, there’s the katakana 4.5k deck that teaches 4500 katakana words (loan words from other languages). Japanese people love their loan words
There’s also Core 10k (top 10000 most used words in a Japanese newspaper) where you can choose to do only the kana words for now. How? Well, the cards that are written in hiragana have the tag “kana”. You can go to deck -> manage cards -> advance search for “kana” and then push these cards to the front of your lessons. This means that they’ll be your next lessons on that deck
You can do exactly the same thing with the Genki Vocabulary deck. Not only that, but if you end up using the Genki textbooks for grammar, this deck will be very very useful to study the words you’ll find there. If you learn the words beforehand, you can go through the textbook with much ease and actually focus on learning the grammar
I recently published the WK expansion deck where I teach 4700 words that aren’t on Wanikani, but they’re ordered by WK level. This means that the first lessons are words that use level 1 kanji from Wanikani… and then level 2… 3… and so on. This way, there’s no problem reading the kanji, as you’ll be able to read the kanji vocabulary from levels below yours
There’s also the JLPT vocab decks, which work based on the Japanese proficiency tests (JLPT). There’s one for all 5 levels. You can find the deck for N5 (the easiest level) here.
Related to adding words from the dictionary, what you can do is a custom flashcard.
Things to take into consideration:
You need to fill in the fields: which deck to add to, how you want to practice the card (EN -> JP, JP -> meaning, JP -> reading), etc. For kana words, it doesn’t make sense using the Japanese -> reading
You should pay attention to the part where it says “Values” and I substitute 家 with いえ. This makes it so the front of the card will display いえ and not the kanji
There’s been talks from @Neicudi (the founder) that Kitsun will in the future support Wanikani’s API. If that happens, it will make it so much easier to focus on learning the words that use kanji you’ve learned
Let me know if you have any other questions