We've been looking at this too, specifically for I Touch
here is one formatted in the shape of a I-Touch (very clever)
and others from Tony Vincents site, Learning in Hand.
Do create a usage contract. A contract is an effective way to communicate how and when an iPod can be used. Have students and parents sign the contract to indicate they agree to follow the rules and accept the consequences for breaking the rules. You may want to model your contract after some of these:
We now have some handhelds, including Kindles, MP3 players, and iPod touches, for students to use in and out of school. Do any of you have a parent consent form that you could share with us?
Thanks for any help you can give,
Montpelier High School Librarian
5 High School Drive
Montpelier, VT 05602