Rosh HaShana is just around the corner (Wednesday night) and right now you might be looking for a craft activity to keep the kids busy while you prepare for the holiday? If not, well this is a nice project to do anytime. My daughter and a friend (who drew the fish and the little girl) chose to make yarn pictures depicting tashlich, a Rosh HaShana prayer usually said on the first day of Rosh HaShana next to a body of water in fish can live.
Going for a leisurely walk toward a body of water or a view of one on the holiday is a beautiful and enjoyable tradition. The words for this prayer can be found in any Rosh Hashana prayer book. If you won't be near any bodies of water on Rosh HaShana, as I will not, so you can still do tashlich up until Hoshana Raba (the last day of Succot) at a time when getting to a place with a gorgeous view of the Kinneret (in my case) is do-able.
Oh, and about the craft project, you'll need some cardboard from cereal boxes, white glue, yarn, and even some sequins would be nice. All the best!