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.
Exciting news; 'Busy Izzy and Friends' has partnered with Prosper (Project Australia) to support the health and well-being of Australian children through performances, nutrition and cooking showcases, literacy and learning activities and other special events.
Prosper (Project Australia) supports disadvantaged children; at home, at school and in the community.
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 School Principal, Mrs Nazan Polat, said the Busy Izzy and Friends show was "...one the best incursion into Amity College, ever!".
Here's Busy Izzy’s backyard friend, Wormee, to tell us all about making compost from food scraps.
"Hi friends! I’m Wormee, a "compost vermi"...
I lead my little friends through all the scraps.
We live inside the compost bin that Izzy has out back, of her little store in Green Grass Grove, we call "Nix & Nax".
I’m Wormee... and I'm on a journey.
Just a taste of rotting waste, we'll all be moving in. We're a positive advantage in Busy Izzy’s compost bin.
We've been overwhelmed with the response by singers and performers who have recorded "Sometimes A Friend",
A little while ago, after the world began to realise that "staying at home" was the best thing to do while the Covid-19 virus was having such a big effect, Stephen and I thought it would be a nice gesture to have our friends and colleagues record their own version of our award-winning song, and upload it to the Busy Izzy and Friends Facebook page.
It is great to create and we have been feeling very creative lately. Producing video clips for the series and writing more songs for the Busy Izzy and Friends stage show.
I love working with Stephen Kiely (co-writer of the Busy Izzy and Friends song catalogue) We bounce off of each other really well while incorporating lyrical and musical ideas. Playing around with clever internal rhymes and interchanging melodies is always lots of fun. When work becomes play...it is a lot of fun!