Don't eat random things you find Scout, spit it out now!
They are Indian-heads! Nineteen-six and Scout, one of 'em's ninteen-hundred. These are real old!
What is this? Do you think it could be someone's hiding place?
In this scene, Scout had just left school and was heading home. On her way home, two trees on the Radley's yard attracted her. On the tree she found a piece of gum. She examined it to make sure it was okay and ended up eating it. However, her brother Jem got very mad and told her to spit it out.
What are you all playing?? Those scissors are no thing to play with!
When Jem and Scout arrived home, there was a fancy velvet box sitting on their front porch. They were both curious on what it could be and opened it up to find old Indian coins. The both of them decided to keep them unless someone came back to claim them.
This scene shows Dill arriving at the train station after traveling from Meridian to Maycomb. This was his annual summer stay he always did. Each year Scout and Jem get to see Dill and be with him all summer.
In this scene all three kids are reenacting what they think Boo's big scene would be in the Radley house. Jem even goes as far as stealing the scissors from the kitchen when Calpurnia isn't looking. However, Atticus finds them and questions what they are doing which makes them scared.