When Jem And Scout walk pass the tree they saw a ball of twine.
In the hole in the tree Jem and Scout find gum, a watch and a box.
Scout and Jem find two figures carved out of soap that are both in Scout and Jem's image.
Gum, pennies, A wooden doll of Jem and Scout
gum, pennies, a watch,
Scout finds a stick of Wrigley's Double Mint gum, and then she and Jem find two lucky pennies
that they are of them
Lee periodically has Jem and Scout find something in the tree to keep the mystery of Boo Radley alive throughout the book. It expresses the children's childhood mysteries.
They found a piece of bubble gum.
They found carvings of themselves, an old penny...
they found very special stuff
At first, the children are confused. Then, Jem and Scout realize the carved soap figures they find in the knot hole of the tree are gifts of friendship from Boo Radley.
Scout and Jem realize that the two carved soap figures look remarkably like themselves.
They wondered who was putting these things in the knothole and why.
A watch, gum, string, and money
Bob Ewell attacks Scout and Jem under the tree in front of the school. (where Scout and Jem were scared by their friend on the way to the Halloween party)
in the knothole, jem and scout find: -indian pennies -chewing tobacco -an old ball-in-cup game -2 soap dolls one that looks like jem and the otrher like scout. -a ball of cashmere wool -an old pocket watch
Jem and Scout realize that the soap carvings were of them. Boo Radley had carved them and he made them to get in touch with them, he wanted them to know that he was still there.
Wrigley's double mint chewing gum
Atticus knows Jem is just seeking attention - if Scout ignores Jem, he will eventually come down.
Scout and Jem find a jewelry box in the knothole in the Radley's tree. Inside of it they find two Indian-head pennies.
atticus told jem and jem told scout
scout finds gum, a watch and Indian head pennies
They found two Indian coin headed pennies, a pocket watch with a little knife, a ball of yarn, a a bag of chewing gum.