This is the scene in chapter one where Scout, Jem, And Dill are all gathered outside the Radley house. This is the beginning of the friendship of these three characters and it also the start of Dill's fascination of the Radley house.
This the moment in the second chapter when miss Caroline is arguing with Scout about her ability to read because she wants to teach reading via a new method. This makes Scout dislike school, however Atticus still reads to her as long as she doesn't tell Miss Caroline.
In chapter three Calpurnia scolds Scout for making fun of Walter Cunningham for eating a lot of molasses. Calpurnia doesn't want Scout to think shes better than Walter just because his family is poor.
This is when Jem and Scout discover the hiding place in the tree outside the Radley House, in the hole she finds gums and coins.
In the fifth chapter Jem and Dill became closer friends, however this forces Scout out and she begins to spend less time with them and more time with her neighbor Miss Maudie.
In chapter six after Jem Dill and Scout get scared away from the Radley house and Jem loses his pants they go back to find Jem's pants sewed and folded.