Art Lesson: Peter Max Pop Art Hearts Art History Game & Art Sub Plans

Art Lesson: Peter Max Pop Art Hearts Art History Game & Art Sub Plans

It can be used as a homeschool, 3rd-6th grader.
Most commonly used for 6th through 8th grades.

Includes PDF and 21 pages

Engage your students in learning art historyCreate a Peter Max-inspired heart drawing. Your heart with psychedelic Peter Max inspired art. art sub planA folder that contains engaging and low-prep art projects. These are great for substitute teachers. Your students will learn about Pop ArtThe artist’s eccentric style, printing, and a variety of other subjects. The PowerPoint presentation includes step-by–step directions with detailed photographs and a PowerPoint slide deck that will help your students navigate the process from start to finish.


Do you need an art lesson to replace someone who is going absent? Looking for an activity to do? Remote accessOr Distance learningSituation? You can get rid of the stress that comes with being away! Pop Art is designed so that you can complete the reading, practice drawing and final project in one lesson.

You are planning on Take maternity leaveAre you looking for art projects that are ready to go? Uncertified art subs could still handle the task.Are you worried? No worries! You don’t have to worry!

Please fill in your art sub plan A folder with detailed lessons on art that will inspire your students but not overwhelm them. Place the dice and copies of the game inside the tub in a folder labeled. After your students have learned how to play it, you can easily give them a sub.


Do you want to instill self-reliance within your art space? Peter Max is the ultimate art game. Early finisher activity Your students.

You can set up an art centre where students choose amongst the many activities. Let students choose what activity they want to make by printing the directions and game board backwards. Similar to the a Directed drawing Activity in which students follow the art process.


You are an artist teacher searching for work? Art lesson: Differentiated It will boost independent thinking, problem-solving and skill-acquisition.

Art can be differentiated in four key ways: The outcome, task, supplementary resources, student support, and what the students are learning. Even though students may choose designs from the Peter Max heart game board, each project’s outcome is different for the creator.

There are three options for students to create their own design. Students can choose from three options. The first involves students rolling the dice to pick their parts. You can also choose a second board. These two are printable. Finally, to make it easier for teachers who want engaging online lessons, I have added digital spinners!


  • 12 page, non-editable PDF
  • 9-page PowerPoint Presentation, which is not editable
  • Roll a Dice
  • The Game is also available in a Choice-Based Drawing version
  • Peter Max Background Information Handout
  • A Step-by – Step-by – Picture Instruction and Directions
  • Visual Arts Self-Assessment rubrics
  • Artist “Big Ideas” Reflection Sheets
  • 8 Statements titled “I Can” that align with Studio Habits of Mind
  • Draw Page
  • Coloring Page
  • Students can use the Paperless Google Drive digital resource (also available in Google Classroom and Schoology as well as Seesaw, Microsoft OneDrive, Teams and any other places you might be able to share a link. Link at bottom of page
  • Digital Spinner Wheels available as a download, as well Google Slides or YouTube links (links at bottom of page 3).


The Peter Max colored pencil drawing can be created by using the rolling of the die and collecting all the parts.

  1. Draw a heart-shaped shape on your paper.
  2. Then, roll to determine what border design you’ll draw around the heart.
  3. This will establish a pattern inside the heart.
  4. A pair of wings will be selected by the third roll.
  5. You will get a background design on the fourth roll.
  6. These rolls are fun and will be added to the background.
  7. Use a black permanent marker for the outline once you have drawn it.
  8. Next, color the entire thing with a colored pencil. You can fill in some shapes with a single color, while you might blend two or more colors to create others. This is called a “gradation.”



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