Excellent! Now, you may know that more complicated kanji are made up of smaller components. Sometimes these components are full-fledged kanji on their own, but often they are just common pieces that are good to know because you'll see them in many kanji.
Try this one for example. It has two meanings, snout and hand. Personally, I usually think of it as a three fingered hand reaching to the left.
Try to write this character in the box below: