Elmo’s Spend, Share, and Save Jars
Watch Elmo and Abby learn financial education basics.
Children can start their financial education at a young age. During a play date, Elmo and Louie help Abby learn about spending, sharing, and saving money.
Spending, sharing, and saving are three ways to use money that children can understand. The best part is, they can start practicing right away at home. Watch this video together with children, then create your own Spend, Share, and Save jars. Find easy-to-print labels here.
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