Keesha: Shall we make a discovery? Shall we check and see what's inside the avocado? Huh? What do you think is in here? What do you think is inside? Inside the avocado? Andrew, you working on getting inside the avocado? Andrew's opening up his avocado. Let me see, friends.
Keesha: Oh. You are experimenting with rolling your avocado because it's so round. You too, Mia? You going to roll it around the table? Hmm? You helping Mia with your — with your fork? You want to use it on your avocado? Hmm? Let's see You want to try and open another avocado? Let's see if I can help you.
Marie: You're almost there, Andrew.
Keesha: Yes. You're taking out — You have dark green on the outside of the avocado, and light green on the inside of the avocado. Mia, you're eating it. How does it taste? How does it taste? It smells so good. Did you see that? Mia's scooping her avocado out with her spoon like you are. Yes. Let's see. You want me to help you? You want to hold it? Thank you. You're sharing with me, huh?
Marie: You going to try some more, Andrew?
Marie: Oh, Miss Keesha helped you. Oh, you're stacking.
Keesha: You're stacking your avocado inside your avocado.
Marie: You going to try with your hands? Feels smooth inside.
Keesha: What do you think, Eileen? You're done with the spoon? You gonna touch it, too? Huh? You hear Miss Marie talking about how slippery and smooth it is? It is slippery and smooth. I feel it. Can you feel it? You taking Andrew's avocado? Andrew, you want another avocado? Huh? Mia got ahold of your avocado, huh?Close
Watch Teacher Keesha interact with three young toddlers as they explore the shape, taste, and texture of avocados.