Feb 20, 2012


This is another recent Valentine's Day project I did with my grade 4 and 5 students. After viewing and discussing American Pop Artist Robert Indiana's iconic 'LOVE' sculptures and prints, students recreated their own versions. Students were given a square piece of paper which was folded to create four equal boxes to draw the letters of the word LOVE. Some used a ruler to assist their drawing. These were then painted in tempera colours of their choice and outlined in black marker.
LOVE', Robert Indiana. 1970.
photo courtesy of marissaneave.com


  1. Oh, very nice project!

    I did a project with one point perspective in a museum and the kids had to chose their own paintings and statues to put in the museum. (Post will follow later this week). One of the kids used this statue to put in her museum room! :)

  2. Can't wait to do with my 2nd grade pod class of 6 for Valentine's day! Thanks for sharing! Love!


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