Founder of Lil Engine, Inc., Beth Minford, is excited to announce the launch of her new website venture, LilEngineThatCould.com; the website offers a broad assortment of educational children's toys and games including S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) toys, puzzles, science kits, toy instruments, books, and much more. For more information, visit the website's blog at TheLilEngineBlog.com.
Santa Cruz, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/09/2016 --Beth Minford is proud to announce the creation and launch of her new website venture, http://www.LilEngineThatCould.com. The website offers a wide selection of educational children's toys and games including science kits, children's instruments, puzzles, and S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) toys. Minford was inspired to start her website by how important education is to her. She feels that education is essential to create peace in the world. To help the next generation learn and grow, she decided to start a website offering educational toys.
There are many excellent educational toys that LilEngineThatCould.com features within their merchandise. The website offers products including outdoor kids' games, children's board games, Fisher Price toys, magnetic world maps, Little Tikes toys, toy tea party sets, children's puzzles, and much more. In the future, Minford plans to continue adding additional science kits and children's books. By continuing to add new products, she hopes that parents will return to the website to find new items of interest to their children.
Providing a wide selection of excellent children's toys that can help them learn and grow is very important to Minford regarding LilEngineThatCould.com. She has selected a wide range of products that will help children as they learn. Many of these products are toys that children can use with their parents which will foster better relationships. Minford cares greatly about enriching children's playtime so she selects products specifically based on the value that each product has for the education of the child.
In addition to the main website, Minford is launching a blog located at http://www.TheLilEngineBlog.com.
The blog will cover topics related to educating young children through play. Minford will be talking about the different toys, games, and books that are available, how science kits and S.T.E.M toys can benefit children, and how parents can use these items to help their children learn. The goal of the blog is to give customers further information about these products so that they can choose the items that are right for their children.
LilEngineThatCould.com, a division of Lil Engine, Inc., is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur Beth Minford.