Silly Timmy Disaster Comic in Farsi Iranian

Although I have written 49 of these comics now, many others have been kindly translating for use locally. The latest of these carried out by Yasamin Izadkhah (*THANK YOU*) is in Farsi Iranian and twelve of these are laid out below. The first one was originally number 15 in my series, but was thought to be of use as an introduction for use with kindergarten students (aged 6). I think they look fantastic! NOTE: To see them in more detail, please click on the images and then on the back button in your browser to return to this page!

Introduction to the characters!

Lightning Safety...

Earthquake Safety part one...

Earthquake Safety part two...what to do if there is an earthquake and you are in bed...

Silly Timmy learns safety after an earthquake has happened:

Silly Timmy learns about hand hygiene after an earthquake and at ANY time!

Silly Timmy learns to be aware of his surroundings...

Silly Timmy and the 30/30 rule of lightning safety!

Silly Timmy - Look where you are going!:

Silly Timmy and Spike... Timmy remembers to stay put when an earthquake hits and he is in bed...now where did he learn that...Oh yes...Fairy puts it there!

Silly Timmy and the Tsunami:

Silly Timmy meets Wanda, who thinks he has helped Timmy!

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