The Busy Izzy and Friends Show
Much-loved story books, come alive from page to stage.
Every venue and primary school in NSW, Australia, can now book The Busy Izzy and Friends SHOW!
This action-packed show is a fun-filled adventure. Come and join us and help Busy Izzy and her friends save their local animal shelter.
The show features up-beat songs, a number of which have won Awards, interactive dancing and singing.
For 3-8 year olds and mums and dads too!
The Busy Izzy and Friends Show centres around the adventures of Izzy and her friends, Secret-agent Skye, Sensible Steven, Talkative Tess, Bossy Bobby and Worried Warren and Izzy’s newly adopted puppy, Newly Truly.
It is an energetic, musical experience, which features the importance of: inclusivity, resilience, environmentalism, anti-bullying, mindfulness, exercise, music, well-being, friendship, healthy food...and LOTS of FUN too!
Created by Roxanne Kiely and Stephen Kiely.
To book a show at your venue: email@example.com
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Dedicated Area for Kids On the Busy Izzy and Friends Site.
Download and colour in.
https://busyizzy.com - Click on 'KIDS'
My favourite game when I was five years old was to play "spot the difference" https://busyizzy.com/pages/spot-the-difference
Click on the link above to download a PDF to print out and play "Spot the Difference". There are 10 differences between the two pictures of Izzy, Max and Steven, building a swing. Can you find them all?
We even have lots of healthy recipes for you to try at home. Busy Izzy loves to make healthy snacks for her friends when they visit Nix & Nax.
ABC Alphabet Song - Busy Izzy and Friends
This little video clip about the Alphabet now has over 90,000 views on YouTube.
The song is about the alphabet. The first few lines are
It's about reading and writing and how exciting it is to learn the alphabet. Busy Izzy also has a "see, say and sign" segment in the video clip too. Please feel free to click and subscribe and sing along with the song.
We have a cool little song about the alphabet. The first few lines go like this.