Last semester I taught Linear Algebra using the standard textbook of Lay. Online one can find nice "class handouts" that serve very well as lecture notes for students to follow along with during class. There are blanks to fill in the bodies of examples and theorems, so students can interact with the notes while not having to try to write down everything said during lecture.
Students responded very positively to these notes, so I'd like to try to craft a similar set of short Calculus lecture notes. I don't want to reinvent the wheel, though, and I'd like to be able to borrow from some good guided lecture notes while writing mine.
Question: Does anyone know of a particularly good set of Calculus I and II guided lecture notes analogous to the Lay notes found above?