Late autumn often means there’s frost on the pumpkins and snowstorms just around the corner. However, with the roller coaster weather that has become the norm, sometimes one needs to think outside of the box to create snowfall fun. This idea packet includes several ways to create a snowstorm in your classroom—no cold weather required. Included are basic visual instructions for using common household items to create substitute snow and snowballs to practice preschool and kindergarten skills, such as comparing, sorting, describing, counting, fine motor, and more. Compiled by Rainbows to Snowflakes, this idea packet could easily become a go-to idea list for those winters that never truly seem like winter. Please note that this resource does NOT include worksheets. Instead, this packet approaches winter with hands-on learning and sensory exploration!