Celebrated on January 2nd

National Science Fiction Day

+ National Science Fiction Day

Challenge #1

Can you draw something that we will have in our cars in the future?

Did you know: Science fiction (often shortened to sci-fi or SF) is a kind of writing. Science fiction stories can be novels, movies, TV shows, comic books and other literature. SF is often about the future. It can be about imaginary new science and inventions such as spaceships, time machines, and robots. Science fiction stories are often in a world that is very different from the real world. They can have science and tools that do not exist in reality. Science fiction stories often take place on other worlds. There are often alien creatures.

Source: Kidzsearch

Challenge #2

Can you draw what your personal robot would look like?

Did you know: The term "robot" wasn't invented by scientists or alien life forms. Karel Capek, a Czechoslovakian author, wrote a play in 1920 called "R.U.R. -- Rossum’s Universal Robots." Capek derived the word "robot" from a term in the Czech language that means forced labor. In his play, humans are threatened with extinction when robots try to take over the world.

Source: Sciencing

Challenge #3

Can you draw what the earth and sun would look like if you were floating in space?

Did you know: One million Earths could fit inside the sun – and the sun is considered an average-size star.

Source: NatGeo Kids