As we continue, we will incorporate challenging brainteaser 3D puzzles and some board games
Murfreesboro, TN (PRWEB) July 6, 2009
For many people, jigsaw puzzles are the source of their earliest memories in developing their cognitive skills. Combining problem solving skills with a sense of imagination, puzzles move far beyond the limiting scope of video games and can help build confidence in a child.
"The way I remember it, it was fun and something you could play and learn from," said Shannon Klosterman, the proprietor of http://www.KBSPuzzle.com.
Co-founding the website with her husband, Brad, the Klostermans started KBSPuzzle.com in November 2008 and it's since become one of the most comprehensive web stores for puzzles on the internet.
A little over six months old, the Klostermans plan on expanding their current catalog, which includes an array of kids' jigsaw puzzles, Bible puzzles and historical puzzles.
"As we continue, we will incorporate challenging brainteaser 3D puzzles and some board games," she said. "We want to encourage people to stimulate their minds."
In addition to a planned expansion of products, KBSPuzzle.com has elevated itself on the internet with the recent launch of its sister blog http://www.FamilyGameGuru.com.
The blog provides information about puzzles, as well as some tips on how to brighten up family time with puzzles and games.
The Klostermans are also encouraging people to use the comments section to exchange ideas for an optimal family time experience, something that isn't championed during the age of video games.
"I understand why kids are attracted to video games, but with puzzles, there isn't a competitive nature and it allows people to dig deeper into their imagination," explained Klosterman.
"This is a time when we hear that the American family is in a state of despair. By bringing back family time traditions that are inexpensive, fun and challenging, the family unit can flourish and parents can connect with their children in a new light."
About the Company:
KBSPuzzle.com is a part of KBS Enterprise, which is owned and operated by Shannon and Brad Klosterman.
Shannon and Brad Klosterman