This part in the story is when dill comes to town from Mississippi to stay with his aunt Rachel. While he is there Jem and scout meet Dill for the first time this is the chapter where dill makes friends and they hit it off great.
Miss Caroline and Scout having a conversation is shown in this box. How it is said in chapter 2 when Miss. Caroline told scout she needs to stop letting her dad teach her how to read and write. How it was her job and how she should be able to teach it not scout's parent.
This box represents the time in chapter 3 when scout was making fun of Walter for pouring molasses all over his food. So because she was doing so Calpurnia pulled scout into the kitchen and gave her a little lesson. A lesson that really spoke to scout saying "Don't judge others" and "Respect people and their differences that come along with them".
This box shows when Ms. Maudies house burned down to pieces.
This box shows what happened in chapter 4 when Scout and Jem found the gifts in the tree as they pass the Radley home from school. Aloowing them to understand that "Boo" is trying to communicate with them.
The scissors in Jem's hand and his face shows how mad he was because of Mrs. Dubose's comment. The comment about his father which in the chapter you can tell didn't rub him the right way. So in the box it shows he's about to cut Mrs. Dubose's flowers and he did.