In her own strange way, Scout has grown up as well. She now calmly deals with everyone else’s disapprobation of her, and only gets into a fight if it’s with her family, namely Francis. She silently observes and puzzles over her brother’s, Jem’s, troubles. Scout also struggles to learn as much as she can from the people around her.
I believe that the children will continue to grow and mature throughout the rest of the book. I think that by the end of the book, they will have much more knowledge and a greater comprehension of life than I ever had at their age, or even have now.