Subway Train Maze and Coloring Page

This month’s printable coloring page from Melanie Hope Greenberg is perfect for kids who love trains. As you know, that includes my kids, and probably yours as well. Color the subway train and help find its way through the maze to the A, 7 and N train stations.

Maze coloring page - free printable
Download and Print: Subway Train Maze and Coloring Page  (By downloading and printing you agree to to our terms of use. See below.)

Free printable train coloring page and maze

There’s more than one route to follow (just like the real subway). When I left the coloring pages out on the table for after school, Kiddo and New Kid were drawn to them like flies. Anything with the NYC train on it, they immediately recognize as quality goods.

When your kids are done with the maze, why not print out another one of Melanie’s coloring and activity pages? After all, sometimes you need a little help keeping your kids busy!

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About the Illustrator:

Melanie Hope Greenberg is an award winning author and illustrator of more than 15 children’s books. Her cheerful, vibrant illustrations can be found in books such as Good Morning, Digger, Down in the Subway and A City Is. Her most recent book, Mermaids on Parade was selected as a Bank Street Best Book, and for the Texas Reading Club and PBS Kids Summer Reading Lists.

If you live in the New York City area you have several chances to meet Melanie this month!

Sat. Sept. 21 2pm As part of a Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event at Book Court, “Jumping Out of the Boxes: Celebrating Gender Creativity in Children’s Books”, Melanie will be reading Mermaids on Parade.

Sun. Sept. 22  1:30pm At the MTA Transit Museum, Melanie will read Down in the Subway and then lead a book making workshop for kids.

Sun. Sept 22 3:30-4:30 pm She will be signing copies of Mermaids on Parade with WORD UP Bookstore and Seven Stories Press at the Brooklyn Book Festival.

Sat. and Sun. Sept. 28 & 29 At the DUMBO Arts Festival, she will be selling books and art outside Superfine, 126 Front Street.

Sun. Sept. 29  noon – 12:30 During the Atlantic Antic she will be reading and signing books in front of Gumbo, 493 Atlantic Ave.

If you attend one of these events be sure to tell Melanie you saw her coloring pages on What Do We Do All Day?

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Comments

  1. Thanks, Erica! So very happy the boys went right for the subway maze.

    If anyone attends my events please come by and say hello. Please mention that we met through the What Do We Do All Day blog! xo Melanie aka mermel

  2. Love that this is a maze as well as a coloring page! I’ll print this out once we get our printer back!

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