God loves you Sunday School Lesson

Do this super fun flowers themed lesson and learn all about how God cares for you!
God loves you Sunday School Lesson - this easy watercolor flowers bible craft for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, and 2nd grade kids is perfect for teaching kids how much God loves them

In Luke 12:27-31, it says:
Consider how the wild flowers grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today, and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, how much more will he clothe you—you of little faith! And do not set your heart on what you will eat or drink; do not worry about it. For the pagan world runs after all such things, and your Father knows that you need them. But seek his kingdom, and these things will be given to you as well.
This passage is perfect for a Spring time lesson!

After reading the passage, spend some time talking about how beautifully God made the flowers. If possible, have some flowers in a vase to look at or go for a walk outside to search for some.

Then, discuss how God put all that attention and care into creating the flowers so beautifully, but he loves YOU even more than the flowers! So then, imagine how much love and attention God puts towards caring for you! We have nothing to fear or worry about because we can know how much God cares for us.

And every time we see a beautiful flower we can be reminded about how much God loves us!

Easy Watercolor Flower Painting

To continue to reflect upon the truths found in this passage, try this easy watercolor flower painting!

paper, q tips, water color paint

Supplies needed:
  • Watercolor paints (any kind will work: tubes, liquid, pans)
  • Paintbrushes
  • Cotton swabs
  • Small rubber bands
  • Paper (Watercolor paper is nice, but regular printer paper will work too)
  • Water in cups
using a rubberband group a bunch of q tips together

The first step is to take a group of cotton swabs and use the rubber band to hold them together. This is what you will use to paint your flowers.

Next, choose the colors you want to use to make your flowers. We picked three colors.

use q tip brush to make small groups of flowers

Then, dip the end of the cotton swabs into the paint and dab on the paper to make small groups of flowers. Repeat with additional colors.

use paintbrush to make flower stems

Once you've finished the flowers, use a paintbrush to paint green stems coming from them. Add leaves if desired.

use paintbrush to make a different background

Next paint in the background. Using a different shade of green, paint in the bottom half of the paper for the grass. It helps if the color is a little lighter/more watered down. Then, paint the top half of the paper blue for the sky.
easy water color spring flower craft for kids

That's all! Now you have a beautiful piece of artwork to remind you of the beautiful flowers God made - and how much He loves you too! It would also make a wonderful gift for Mother's Day!

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Liz Millay ministers to families through her blog, Steadfast Family. She graduated from Cornerstone University in 2009 with a degree in Youth Ministry and Bible. These days, she loves using her education and experience to help parents build a strong family and impress God’s Word upon their children. Wife to Dave since 2009 and mom to three precocious little boys, Liz spends her days trying to find time to get the dishes done in-between play-doh sessions and puddle jumping. You can find her on FacebookInstagram, and in her encouragement group for moms of little ones.
Beth Gorden
Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is a homeschooling mother of six who strives to enjoy every moment with her kids through hands-on learning, crafts, new experiences, and lots of playing together. Beth is also the creator and author of 123 Homeschool 4 Me where she shares 1000+ free printables, creative homeschool lessons, crafts, and other fun ideas to help preschool and homeschooling families have fun while learning and exploring together.