Here is a helpful reading worksheet that is also timely for the season of spring. It is on BLUEBIRDS! It comes with a photo of a bluebird and 10 literal comprehension questions. The questions are based on information that is explicitly stated in the bluebird info, so when students read carefully and go back up to the info, they succeed. 7 of the 10 questions are multiple choice. The last 3 three have students write birds with colors in their names (redbird, blackbird, bluebird). The color words are in a word bank and they are to put the letters into elkonin boxes. The strategy will help phoneme-grapheme correspondence; however, my main goal for the worksheet is to promote literal comprehension.
This is a teacher-friendly document that is easy to edit if you wish.
You might want to pair this up with my Spring Birds: Robins Worksheet also on sale on TPT