The average height and weight for children fall in between the 25th and 75th percentile rank on a growth chart. This means that half of children in that particular age range fall within those percentiles.
To check if your child’s growth is on track, just fill up the required data fields below. If you are worried about your child’s weight and height falling below or above the average, consult your pediatrician and inquire about possible nutrition intervention.
When you take your child to a doctor for regular visits, they will measure the child’s height and weight and tell you which percentile the child falls in. This helps them know whether your child is growing well or not. If you think your child is under or overweight, consult your child’s pediatrician.