To make your own, you will need a clear sheet protector (very inexpensive), some wipe off markers, two binder clips, and some markers or crayons. Invite your child over to draw with the markers or crayons on a sheet of white paper. Emily has had birthdays on the brain lately, so she drew a picture of Grandpop's birthday and everyone giving him big presents!
Next, layer a clear sheet protector over the top of your child's drawing. Use binder clips to keep the sheet protector in place. With the wipe-off markers, have your child draw rain drops, snow flakes, hail, sunny rainbows, or whatever crazy weather you want, on the sheet protector.
Now you see it....
...now you don't! Erase the wipe-off markers, and repeat again with a different weather pattern!
Take that, crazy weather!