Category: RBL

RBL Dot Paintings

Please visit the Campus Library Blog to view our fantastic dot paintings we did during our RBL lessons. Be sure to leave a comment.

http://campusrc.edublogs.org/2011/11/30/mr-baldocks-nativity-year-23-class-rbl-work/

RBL ~ Artwork

Click on the following link to have a look at a post displaying our RBL artwork on the Campus Library Blog and leave a comment.

http://campusrc.edublogs.org/2011/09/05/why-i-love-australia-mr-baldocks-year-23-class/

RBL: Fox and Fine Feathers Artwork

In RBL we drew different pictures that were in Fox and Fine Feathers. We had a choice to do a bird , ferns and the fox. Once we had finished our drawings we then had to colour it in and then we applied a glitter wash.  Here is a slide show of our wonderful work.

RBL: Fox and Fine Feathers on PhotoPeach

By Koni

Koni

RBL Artwork

Below is some wonderful artwork that we did during an RBL lesson with the talented Mrs Daldry. Mrs Daldry read us the story ‘Isabella’s Garden’ by Glenda Millard. We were inspired to paint these pictures in the naïve painting style of Rebecca Cool. We hope you enjoy them. If you want a closer look they will soon be on display in the Campus Resource Centre.



RBL Artwork on PhotoPeach

RBL

Fearless:

In RBL we looked at the story Fearless. It was a story of a dog that was called ‘Fearless’. His behaviour did not match his name. He was scared of kittens and cars making a loud noise. One day when the owner was asleep a robber came in to the house and took the owner’s hand bag, but Fearless said,  ‘hello’. Then the robber climbed on to the table and Fearless said, ‘do not put your feet on the table’. The owner heard Fearless barking and the robber ran away and Fearless said, ‘that he left without saying goodbye’. The owner bought  Fearless a big bone and Fearless buried the big bone.

Cover Art

Braydon…What I liked about the story was the pictures. The pictures were neat and I liked it when Fearless made the robber not steal the handbag and Fearless was very brave.

Tom…What I liked about the story was when he talked to the robber. The robber thought that he was trying to get the robber out of the house.

By Thomas W and Braydon

Thomas WBraydon

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