In Florida we don't get a whole lot of snow! Surprising, I know. Some of my kiddos have never had the opportunity to see real snow, so for some it's hard to imagine. So this rotation I had snowflakes in my classroom for movement inspiration.
Please excuse my ugly, dry hands! :) Washing those recorders really does a number.
I've seen other ideas for snow movement inspiration, like feathers, but they've never worked for me. At the last minute this rotation my art teacher buddy suggested tissue paper and it works really well. I simply let a few small pieces float to the floor and we discussed how it moved. This really helped my kids with their movement. To accompany our snowflake movements we improvised snowflake sounds on the glockenspiel in downward patterns.