S: The Titanic
BC: THANK YOU FOR WATCHING those were all the facts I could find which were about toys found at the wreck, saved before they sunk, and ones that are in museums and I hope you enjoyed my project.
FC: Kids Toys and Games On the Titanic By: Kayla Blumberg Block 5
1: 1st class passengers usually had more toys than 3rd class passengers because the 3rd class passengers usually were immigrants trying to start a new life
2: littler children played with toys most of the day because the activities on the ship were more for older kids and grownups
3: there is a picture book about a teddy bear on the Titanic called Polar the Titanic Bear
4: There was a doll head found at the wreck of the titanic
5: a game the children played in 1912 was jump rope games and sung jump roping songs
6: they found many artifacts in the wreck of the Titanic including some children's belongings such as clothing, toys, shoes etc.
7: a man owned a teddy bear on the titanic the man drowned but they found his teddy bear and they found out it had been through a lot. The Blitz, the bombing of the man's home in London and finally, it made it through the Titanic. The bear was put into a museum. They recreated this bear into many replicas later.
8: A little boy named Douglas had brought along his teddy bear, "Polar, with him" and his mom. They all survived the sinking of the ship, however Douglas would soon die by a fatal car accident. After the death of her son, Daisy Corning Spedden wrote a picture book titled, "Polar the Titanic Bear." Daisy never did send this book out, in fact it was many decades later that her great grandnephew would find it hidden away inside her attic. The Steiff Company would make a reproduction of "Polar" of only 1000 bears
9: we read a story about a little girl and her friend playing with her giant stuffed bear on the Titanic