My Classroom Challenge is visually displayed on a HUGE gridded chart which is mounted to the door of the art room. The grid is broken up into five sections comprising of kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade. There are 22 rows representing the 22 classes I teach weekly; there are 12 columns representing the 12 weeks in a trimester. This equals a total of 264 boxes. Every class is scored as a whole every art class on classroom behavior. The scoring is based on colors: Green, Yellow, Orange and Red. Green is the best and Red is the worst. The goal is to get as many boxes filled with green – ideally all 12 boxes for the trimester. Grade levels compete against their own grade level. At the end of the trimester I add up all the greens, yellow and oranges (no class has ever gotten a Red!). The class with the most Green boxes is the winner. Of course there can be a tie. The first trimester of 2015 there were NINE winners. The second trimester there were 16 WINNERS!