I'm a native speaker in Traditional Chinese.
I thought that the wiki link in the comment has already provided a good list to what you want.
However, i suggest you to actually find some examples in the usage of traditional chinese.
- 籤 (Please refer to your dictionary for the following vocabulary on your own)
Here 籤 is a long stick.
Here 簽 has a meaning of signature.
Chinese is very different from English. English constructs all the vocabularies on the alphabets you have already known, while Chinese requires you to learn many characters. Then Chinese constructs them into some vocabularies.
It might seem a great consumption of time to remember so many different characters in simplified Chinese, not to mention how much time you might spend in traditional Chinese.
However, once you've understand a word, you can guess the meanings of other vocabularies using the same character for most of the time
Since you've already had some understandings in simplified Chinese, the best way to connect it to traditional Chinese is to memorize some traditional Chinese vocabularies instead of remembering the corresponding characters in simplified Chinese.
It should be easy for you to distinguish and recognize those words once you start memorize traditional Chinese.
Always remember that traditional Chinese is the way to understand a character's 部首 and 起源, in spite of the fact that simplified Chinese has less 筆畫.
Hope this will help you.
Finally, a fact of how Taiwanese children learn Chinese is searching every unknown characters in dictionary, writing some vocabularies of that character and memorize it.
Learning Chinese takes time for a native speaker, too. Haha