Teacher: You sorted out your tomatoes from small to big and to biggest. Oh, you cut it? And what's inside? Tell me.
Boy: Oh, my goodness! [Inaudible]
Teacher: I remember somebody said juicy. And how do you think it's going to look?
Teacher: Oh, Mara said "Juicy." How does this feel when you're touching it?
Teacher 2: Is it soft?
Boy: It's soft.
Teacher: It's soft?
Boy: On the inside, it's soft.
Teacher: Doesn't it feel like jelly? Who's already tasted? Lily, so tell me, how does it taste?
Lily: Pickle and strawberry.
Teacher: Like pickle and strawberry. You're looking at the yellow tomato.
Boy 2: Look, Armen, I have a yellow tomato.
Teacher: These are regular tomatoes, right? Yeah. What do you think about that, Armen?
Teacher: What do you think about that? Do you want to try one yellow tomato? Maybe you want to cut it out and see inside, if it's the same like this one. Can you figure it out?
Boy 2: I'll just bite it.
Teacher: You're just gonna bite it? And then you want to look inside and see if it's similar to that one.
Open it. Does it look the same, like that one? No? What is different about it? Yeah? What is different?
Boy 2: The color.
Teacher: The color? Does it taste the same? You want to try the other one? You can see. Maybe they taste the same. Maybe they don't taste the same. What do you think?
Boy 2: I just taste mine to see what it's like.