I used the printable "I Am A Child Of God" that I originally created as a coloring page. I changed the text outline color to gray and printed it on watercolor paper for the party.
Each child had their own paper printout and watercolor brushes. I filled colored polka dot cups with liquid watercolors and wrote the color names on paper in front of the cup. Having the watercolors already mixed made it really easy for preschoolers and young elementary aged kids to paint (I mixed 1 part watercolor to 4 parts water and the colors were still vibrant!).
In the end, we had a beautiful variety of artwork. This is my daughter's work, she recently learned about Jackson Pollock and applied his paint splatter technique. I'll be hanging more watercolor artwork in our house this week!
Of course all little artists get hungry, so we had pretzels and water to refuel. I used more polka dot cups to hold the pretzels, rainbow colored striped straws to sip water and circle stickers to label clear cups with everyone's name.
Did you notice the food labels? They'll be available for you to print next week, along with the updated gray version of the printable "I Am A Child Of God".