Smartest Kid In the Universe
Spanish Words and Phrases
Candy
Parts of a Map
Math Terms
100

The name of the main character in Smartest Kid in the Universe.

Who is Jake McQuade?

100

Hola!

What is Hello?

100

Name the candy bar that is described as "packed with peanuts"

What is snickers?

100

Typically found at the top of the map, it tells you exactly what the map is showing.

What is the map title or heading?

100

The answer to an addition problem.

What is sum?

200

Name the author of the book.

Who is Chris Grabenstein?

200

Adiós

What is goodbye?

200

Candy bar that has the same name as our galaxy.

What is the Milky Way?

200

Usually off to the side of the map, this tells you what each symbol stands for.

What is the key or legend?

200

The answer to a subtraction problem.

What is difference?

300

This is the official name for the jelly beans that the main character consumed.

What is Ingestible Knowledge pills?

300

Por favor

What is please?

300

Red and white striped candy that is a popular Christmas favorite?

What is the candy cane?

300

This tells you how a unit of measurement on the map relates to units of measurement in real life.

What is the scale?

300

The answer to a multiplication problem.

What is the product?

400

The main character's best friend, Kojo, enjoys watching what type of television shows?

What are detective shows?

400

Buenos días!

What is good morning or good day?

400

This candy's motto is "Taste The Rainbow"

What is skittles?

400

This usually looks like a big star and is used to indicate direction.

What is the compass rose?

400

The answer to a division problem.

What is quotient?

500

Name the building to which the main character was taken to in a helicopter.

What is the Pentagon?

500

¿Cómo estás?

What is How are you?

500

In the Smartest Kid in the Universe, Kojo likes to eat this candy, whose slogan is "The world may never know."

What is Tootsie Pop?

500

A zoomed in or zoomed out view of an area represented on the map.

What is an inset?

500

Always worked left to right: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division, Addition and Subtraction

What is Order of Operations?

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