Creating a Memorable Kids Party with Busy Izzy and Friends.

Creating a Memorable Kids Party with Busy Izzy and Friends.

Creating a Memorable Kids Party with Busy Izzy and Friends.

 

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.

Apart from being the creators of the Busy Izzy and Friends series, Stephen Kiely and I are songwriters and music teachers at https://www.scoopfxmusic.com and work with students from a very young age to adults. We love to write songs.  It's a fun and rewarding activity, especially when we hear everyone singing the songs we have written.

Story time, singing and dancing and learning actions as they sing to songs like “Busy Izzy Says” from the Busy Izzy and Friends series.

When we visit schools, we create an environment full of love and fun-songs and creative story telling.

Arts and crafts, colouring-in and face-painting, singing songs so that children can become involved, will keep them entertained for hours.

That’s why having a 'Busy Izzy and Friends' party with dance and sing along songs and snaxalicious nutritious snacks will keep young and old entertained.

Stories, songs , interactive videos and healthy snaxalicious recipes can be found in every Busy Izzy and Friends book.

These books and songs make great Christmas and birthday gift ideas for kids, parents and primary teachers #booksarebest #kidsbooks #giftideas #christmasgiftideas #birthdaygiftideas #busyizzyandfriends #Busyizzyandtalkativetess #BusyizzyandNewlyTrulythebigsurprise #bestkidssongs #kidsfunsongs #kidspicturebooks #christmasgiftideas #birthdaygiftideas 

By Roxanne Kiely




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