Busy Izzy and her friends had such a good time visiting Amity College and hope to be back to catch up with their new friends again, soon!
Amity Primary School Principal, Mrs Nazan Polat, said the Busy Izzy and Friends show was "...one the best incursion into Amity College, ever!".
"Dear Roxanne and Stephen, thank you for the wonderful incursion earlier this week. Our students and teachers loved it! It was highly engaging and interactive and many meaningful messages were given in the story line. Thank You again."
The children and teachers all joined in singing with Izzy and her friends, about healthy food and vegetables and a special song about Newly Truly. There was a song about Secret-agent Skye, called "Who, What, When, Where, How and Why?" and Talkative Tess and Bossy Bobby had a song about them too.
There was singing, dancing and lots of fun had by over 300 children and Izzy and friends too.
You see the fun photos and videos: https://busyizzy.com/blogs/schools-visits
- Roxanne Kiely
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Children are influenced by their parents, guardians, older siblings and sometimes their friends. They all become role models, whether they are a good or a bad influence.
When children see their parents, other adults and older children showing respect for each other they usually do the same with their siblings and friends.
Busy Izzy is a wonderful role model for all children and the Busy Izzy world is a great tool for parents and guardians.
With technology becoming more commonly used among children, it is crucial to utilise different media platforms and mediums in a positive light to change the way children learn.
Although research clearly demonstrates that well-designed, age-appropriate, educational television can be beneficial to children of preschool age, studies on infants and toddlers suggest that these young children may better understand and learn from books and real-life experiences than they do from videos.
Children love to learn new and exciting things. This is why it is important to not only entertain at a kid’s party, but make them aware of the importance of music, and movement, fun, healthy living, friendship, caring and loyalty.