I have spent the day creating this and if you are in the mood to create one for Heat, Light, and Sound then you are my new best friend.
BTW, I emailed Mr. Saunders about his wonderful site and he sent me back the nicest response. He not only gave me permission to download whatever I needed to get started, but he said he is thrilled that PTers have discovered his site and that it is helpful to us!
I have adapted his Social Studies table of contents to make it work in Math for my 6th graders. I did not include a space for the BLANK sheet he uses for Unit titles and I have not yet decided whether to include a quiz/test section yet. I am gathering ideas for which Foldables to use for illustrating concepts.
Here's a hint for creating your sample ISN this summer. I am using the many of the Getting Started and Differentiated Instruction examples in my Houghton Mifflin teacher manuals. They are good, straightforward examples and already include ESL and gifted adaptations. Also, I think the open-ended Test Prep questions are a great resource to have student solve and explain in their notebook. No need to reinvent the wheel!
I am also including two links for great forms to use in the ISN. The first is math forms and the second is graphic organizers in English and Spanish.
FYI, everyone has permission to repost my Table of Contents document if someone on the boards requests it. I got dinged by the copyright police in a PM last week for reposting a form that I got from another PTer.
But, I created this to be shared by everyone, so I hope you can use it!