Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Activities

As Marty walks the hills of Friendly, West Virginia, he runs across a shy beagle pup. The pup follows him home. The two form an immediate friendship. Marty names the pup Shiloh after the place he finds him. He soon learns he must return the dog to its rightful owner, Judd Travers, who is unkind to his dogs. After doing so, Shiloh turns up at Marty’s home for a second time. Marty decides to hide him on the hill behind his house. This leads to all kinds of trouble for Marty. Read Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor to see how Marty deals with each obstacle. 

Activity #1

In this interactive online activity, students are asked to solve eight math problems related to the contract between Judd and Marty. The quiz is in a multiple choice format. Students are given immediate feedback for right and wrong answers. Activities to use with the book Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Activity #2

Your class will have a blast with this fun trivia quiz. Twenty questions ask students to “Name the Dog” from books, cartoons, television, toys, and movies. You can easily turn this into a friendly competition to see which student knows famous dogs the best. Activities to use with the book Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Activity #3 

This interactive crossword puzzle ask students questions related to the book. Students type the answer in a blank field, press enter, and the puzzle fills in the blanks. Once all the answers are filled in, students can get a grade for their work by clicking the “check button.” This is a fun alternative to pencil and paper crossword puzzles. 

Activities to use with the book Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Free Samples from Shiloh Book Unit


Try out this Shiloh Book Unit Sample with the first lessons for vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and skills.


Shiloh Book Unit

Shiloh Book Unit

Shiloh Book Unit contains graphic organizers for an interactive notebook and game activities covering vocabulary, comprehension questions, constructive response writing, and skill practice.


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