Titanic toy boats, ships, construction kits, puzzles, and more, for kids. You can use these to teach your kids more about the Titanic and about ships in general; some of these are designed to go in the water and some even sink and break in half. Best Titanic toys and Games on Amazon.
Introduction to the Titanic
Is your child obsessed with the Titanic? Does s/he know everything about the ship, its little facts, and has even designed a cool replica in Minecraft? Perhaps it’s time to get your child a cool Titanic toy.
Types of Titanic toys that you get:
- You will find model ships that float in water, some even split into two, imitating the sinking of the Titanic.
- You will also find titanic block toys where your child will need to assemble a ship using the blocks/pieces.
Using these toys will help your child learn more about the various components and areas of the ship, and also help them improve concentration as they go about putting together the various pieces/parts.
Titanic Facts for Kids
- Titanic, a luxury passenger liner, was built between 1909 and 1911.
- The Titanic is also often referred to as ‘RMS Titanic’, where the RMS stands for Royal Mail Ship.
- The Ship left Southampton on April 10, 1912 and stopped at destinations in France and Ireland before heading towards New York.
This was the rute taken by the Titanic. It shows the approximate location where the ship sank (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
- Some of the world’s richest people were on board the ship on the fateful day. The ship also included passengers looking to start a new life in North America.
- The Titanic engines were powered by pressurized steam from burning coal.
- The Titanic carried over 2200 people but only had life boats for around 1200 of them.
- While the designers had prepared a ship that could withstand almost any impact, they didn’t consider what would happen to the ship if an iceberg hit the side of the ship, which is exactly what happened on the fateful day.
- The Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank on April 15, 1912. Over 1500 people died because of the sinking.
Titanic floating/sinking toy ship that breaks in two and sinks
Kids will love this cool 19 inches long Titanic ship that floats in water but can also sink like the titanic and break into two. Just flip the switch under the ship to open the hole (caused by the iceberg) and the ship will take in water, break in two, and sink to the bottom. You can use this toy in the bathtub or in the pool. Retrieve the two pieces, snap them back together, and repeat. Its sturdy construction makes it very durable.
Academy Titanic Model Toy/Kit
Nice little titanic model toy that will help sharpen your child’s creativity. It’s inexpensive, the blocks are a little small although not difficult to handle, and the model looks pretty neat once it is built. The instructions are easy to follow.
- What we like: The model turned out pretty well in the end (the ship is around 12 inches long).
- What we did not like: The pieces are small.
This is a detailed model kit to build the Titanic ship. The set includes the model kit, decals and instructions; it doesn’t require any paint or glue. The instructions say that this kit is suitable for ages 14 to adult; however, we feel that this kit can be used by kids aged 8+ years.
Brick Loot Large Titanic Building Bricks Set
This Titanic building bricks set can be used for creative play, as STEM construction and building model. It is strong enough for play, but can also be used as a beautiful model for display.
Large 390 Pieces. 12.5 inches long and 4.5 inches tall.
This bricks set uses high quality ABS plastic. These are compatible with LEGO and all major brand brick brands as well.
Swimline Shipwreck Dive Pool Game
This set from Swimline includes an 18-inch ocean liner that breaks apart and scatters treasure on the pool floor. The treasure includes coins, jewels, skulls and Sharks. The boat floats in water for a few seconds before sinking,
Swimline is a well-known brand in the pool industry and makes several kinds of products.
Giant Titanic Inflatable Pool Toy
This Giant Titanic Inflatable Pool Toy (from Universal Specialties) measures over 2 feet long when fully inflated. You can use it at the pool (or in the tub), or even on dry land, or hang it at home as a room ornament, or use it at children’s parties for fun-filled games. You can use it at home, or in the classroom, or as marketing displays and more.
Is someone in your family a huge cruise traveler? Create a cruise theme for their birthday and have some pool games where they have to save the ship from sinking.
This Titanic is unsinkable as it’s welded seams ensures this toy stays inflated for years; it even comes with a Vinyl Plastic Repair Kit.
Mini Blocks Titanic Model Set (by dOvOb) – For Adults and Kids
Build the RMS Titanic Ship using these micro DIY building blocks by dOvOb (a popular building blocks toy maker). This dOvOb Titanic Model Building set includes 1872 pieces and two figures.
An excellent titanic toy for your kids, especially if they happen to be LEGOS fans. It’s fun and mentally challenging, and good value for money. It can be a bit difficult to handle without tweezers. Please note that the building block is the micro block, which is smaller than the lego block.
SuSenGo 1021-Piece Titanic Toys for Kids
This 1021-Piece Titanic Toy is a lot more durable, and the more number of pieces allows you to build a bigger and spectacular project at home. If you want a durable educational toy for your child, something that a child can easily assemble, this is the one to consider. The bricks of this titanic toy are similar to those of LEGOS.
R.M.S Titanic – COBI Historical Collection
A 600 piece titanic toy for kids. COBI Blocks are compatible with all the leading brands of building blocks. You can glue the small pieces together to hold them all together for your little one’s next play session. The ship also has tiny wheels under it. So, once the project is complete, your child can drive it on the floor. It comes with lifeboats as well.
Titanic Shape Ice Tray
This Titanic Shape Ice Tray (by accessgood) is made of food safe silicon and lets you make four icy Titanic ships and four round icebergs. The next time you sit with your friends for a party, you can have some interesting conversation around the Titanic.
You can even use this as a chocolate mold – get creative with this mold and make Titanic shaped milk chocolate with white chocolate ice bergs.
Titanic Liquid Wave Paperweight Desk Toy
The Titanic paperweight is a desk toy that can be used as a paperweight and also serves as a stress reliever.
It features a clear exterior, and the interior is filled with soothing blue liquid and a floating titanic and iceberg. The liquid moves sideways providing a soothing visual experience. It also serves as a great relief toy for kids and adults during those anxious moments. This desktop toy is made of a hard plastic.
So how much do you know about life at sea? Take this short quiz to find out:
- What is a room on a ship called: a booth or a cabin?
- How would you walk on board a ship: on a gangplank or on an escalator?
- What do we call the wheel for steering a ship or a boat: the helm or the joystick?
- How would you look out of a room on a ship: through a porthole or through a window?
- Who commands a ship: a general or a captain?
We all know about the Titanic, and some of the credit for that does go to James Cameron for making the massive hot movie named ‘Titanic’.
Kids today love to read books that are based on the Titanic steamship. The story has enough facts, technicalities, drama to satisfy kids with various tastes.
Here are some of the popular fiction & non-fiction books, based on the Titanic.
- The Story of Titanic for Children: Astonishing Little-Known Facts and Details About the Most Famous Ship in the World
- 882 1/2 Amazing Answers to Your Questions About the Titanic
- Dear America: Voyage On The Great Titanic
- National Geographic Readers: Titanic
- Inside the Titanic (A Giant Cutaway Book)
- I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic, 1912
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