Fitbit Halloween 2019

Congrats for getting a card to bring you to this wonderful Coloring Contest.
Kids ages 6 – 9 and 2 winners receiving a Fitbit Ace 2™ Core Unit.

Fitbit Backyard Fun

Build healthy habits and have fun as a family with the Fitbit Ace 2 activity tracker.

Kid Handstand

In Kid View, parents can set friendly reminders for kids to move & stretch their legs if they’ve been sitting in one spot for too long.

Backyard Fun

Fitbit Ace 2 makes it easy for kids to get moving. Because everyone needs a friendly nudge to stretch their legs sometimes.

Girl Sleep Cycle

Find out if kids are getting the rest they need, since good sleep habits play a big role in their health and well-being.

Use the Fitbit™ app to schedule bedtime reminders and silent alarms that easily wake kids with quiet buzzing on their wrists.


Deadline is November 15, 2019. Contestants must color their own entry, without assistance from other parties. Each child may submit one colored picture (Choose 1 of 3 Pictures). The picture may be decorated with crayons, markers, paint, and/or pencils. All completed entries will be on display for voting with a link on this page. Voting is open to the public.


• This year (2) lucky kids will receive a Fitbit Ace 2™ Core Unit.
• There will be one girl and boy selected this year to each win.


• Color one of the three pages using crayons, markers, paint, and/or pencils.
• Write child’s first name, initial of last name, age, and girl or boy.
• Include official entry form with completed adult contact information.

Mail completed coloring sheet and form by November 15 to:

Pixels n Prints
C/O Fitbit Halloween
26 Grove Street, Mayville Wisconsin 53050-1502

If you choose to scan your coloring please then send to:
Subject: Color Entry

Votes may be cast (1) per day through December 15 and winners will be contacted in December to claim their prize.

Fitbit™ & Fitbit Ace 2™ are registered trademarks and service marks of Fitbit, Inc. Pixels n Prints, llc is is not affiliated with nor is endorsed by Fitbit.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, kids age 6 to 13 need an average of 9-11 hours of sleep. Poor or inadequate sleep can lead to mood swings, behavioral problems and cognitive problems that can impact their ability to learn in school.