It's Itsy Bitsy Time used to air on the Fox Family channel, on weekday mornings. It was aimed at young audiences, and it was commercial free. The theme song, which just repeatedly sang "It's Itsy Bitsy Time, It's Itsy Bitsy Time," was sang to the tune of "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay."
The show featured different short series, I think there were four total, but only two would air in an episode. The rest of the episode would be filled with very short segments (cartoons, mini-magic shows, etc.). One of the short segments I remember well was a male artist that would draw on a white wall with a black marker. He didn't talk he just made grunts and other sounds, and he wore a fake mustache. I found that segment to be annoying, but that was the only thing I remember disliking.
The short series featured in It's Itsy Bitsy Time were "64 Zoo Lane," "Tom and Vicky," "The Animal Shelf," and "Charlie and Mimmo." "64 Zoo Lane," was a good cartoon about a little girl who lives by the zoo. It is its own show now and in the United States it currently airs on Noggin. "Tom and Vicky" was about two children playing in their grandpa's garden (which I remember from its theme song). I recall there being a dog, cat and frogs (one purple and one green) in the garden that the children would play with. It was a model animation show, not a traditional cartoon. I don't remember much about "Charlie and Mimmo." My favorite was "The Animal Shelf." It was about these little stuffed animals that would jump off of their owners shelf when he would leave for school. While he was gone they would have an adventure, but they always managed to return before he came home. This was also a model animation show.
It's Itsy Bitsy Time was quite enjoyable and its a shame that it doesn't air anymore and that there isn't much information available on it.moreless