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WATCH: What is love? Edmonton elementary school students answer the question

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EDMONTON — What is love? It’s a tricky question, with love being such a complicated subject for many. But it’s always a bit more entertaining to hear what kids have to say about love.

Ahead of Valentine’s Day, Global Edmonton reporter Erin Chalmers headed into an elementary school to hear from students about what they think love is.

“Love means you care about your friends,” a Grade one student said.

“To me, love means it holds people together, like me and video games,” a Grade five student said. “I guess my best way of explaining what I think love is would be the solar system.

“There are a bunch of planets that can represent people and then gravity holds them together. And gravity is sort of like love; no matter how far apart people are, love can hold them together.”

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Watch below: Edmonton elementary school students answer the question, ‘What is love?’

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Edmonton elementary school students answer the question, ‘What is love?’ – Feb 12, 2016

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