This is when Scout and Jem first find Dill in his aunt Rachel's collards. This shows that Scout is curious because the only reason she looked in the collards is because she thought it was a puppy.
This scene is when Dill dares Jem to go up and touch the Radley house. Most of the characterization in this book is indirect. Ex. He walked to the corner of the lot, then back again, studying the simple terrain as if deciding how best to effect an entry, frowning and scratching his head. Then I sneered at him. This shows that Scout is making fun of Jem.
Scout is brave because in this scene, Walter won't take a quarter for lunch from Miss Caroline because he is a Cunningham. Somebody tells Scout to tell Miss Caroline that Cunninghams don't take anything they can't pay back. She does tell, even though she conferred with Miss Caroline twice already and the last time earned her a smack with the ruler.
In this scene, Jem and Scout find gum and two Indian-head pennies in a tree hole by the Radley house. I think Scout is a static character because she stays mostly the same throughout the story. She would like to stay out of trouble, but that doesn't always happen. She is also very lively and likes to be outside.
Scout is fun-loving because in this scene, she was rolling in the tire, but Jem pushed her really hard, so she ended up in the Radley yard.
This scene is of Scout with Miss Maudie Atkinson. She was feeling left out because Jem and Dill were planning something without her. I think Scout is a round character because you learn a lot about her, including who her family is, her family's background, and what she likes doing.