“The Ant and the Grasshopper” is a Kids song about how one creature’s efforts are greater than another.
The ant was industrious, hardworking and always busy,
He built his house with care and took great pride in it.
But then one day the grasshopper came by,
And he said “I’m gonna eat up all your food.”
He ate up all the ant’s food and built a house of straw.
The Ant and the Grasshopper is a nursery rhyme about an ant who goes out to gather food for the winter and leaves his money behind. The grasshopper, who has no money, spends it all in one night.
The song is about the importance of saving for future use. As the ant saved for winter, he was able to survive. The grasshopper spent all his money on that one night, which was not enough to survive through the winter.
This song teaches children that it’s important to save money so they can be prepared for future events like emergencies and unforeseen expenses.
Souce: Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes