Elmo, 'Sesame Street' and PNC Bank Team Up to Teach Kids Money Management

"Sesame Street" residents visits "GMA" to teach financial responsibility.

May 20, 2011 — -- Elmo -- one of "GMA's" favorite muppet friends -- was back in our studio today to talk about his new favorite topic: money.

The "Sesame Street" resident brought along Beth Kobliner, a personal finance expert. Together, they talked about "For Me, For You, For Later," a new free DVD and information kit from "Sesame Street" that teaches children how to spend, save and share.

The kit also teaches parents how to talk to their children about money.

Here's how you can find out more about the program (all materials are free):

Sesame Street: Learn about teaching kids to manage their finances.

PNC Bank: The bank and other partners will distribute 1,000,000 bilingual kits and 15,000 English kits free of charge.

Amazon.com and iTunes.com: Get free video content about the program.

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