Kindergartners at Brighton School in Lynnwood, Washington created a Flower and Bug Garden inspired by the Robot Garden System built at MIT and created in collaboration with Touchstone School in Beaverton, Oregon. The Kindergarten students attached flowers with embedded LED lights and speakers to Arduino micro-controllers and then attached sensors to an underground "floor" beneath the flowers. They then released tiny electronic HEX bugs to roam the floor, and whenever the hex bugs came near a sensor, the lights above would flash and a harmonic tone recorded by the Kindergartners played. The Kindergartners created the flowers; wired the flowers, speakers and sensors; wrote the Scratch code used to control the Arduino's and decorated the garden. This video shows the Bug Garden in action and goes through how it was built.