This is a children's adult height prediction calculator based on a linear regression analysis method or parent's height. This calculator uses the parents' height only. It can be used to predict the future heights of unborn children or very young infants. The following converter can be used to convert the body height between the metric unit and the unit used in the United States.
Growth reference data for 5-19 years
WHO | Growth reference data for years
The average height to weight chart for girls and boys below represents a very rough average that should also be used in conjunction with a BMI calculator. You must always bear in mind that kids and teenagers have growth spurts during their young years. During this period it is quite possible to gain and lose weight rapidly, as well as add inches to their heights seemingly overnight. This is particularly so in many adolescent girls who often experience dramatic changes in weight, bone composition, height, and body fat distribution. Also see our handy calorie calculator which will show you calories burned performing diferent activities for a duration of time. Every baby, child, and teenager is different in the way they mature and grow during their teen years.
Ideal height weight calculator for children • Child's BMI
Because of possible rounding errors in age, weight, and height, the results from this calculator may differ slightly from BMI-for-age percentiles calculated by other programs. Birth Date must be at least 2 years before Date of Measurement. If the child is under 2 years old, BMI cannot be calculated. Consult a healthcare provider for assessment. Based on the Birth Date and Date of Measurement , the calculated age is 20 years or older.
An additional macro is now available to facilitate analysis of nutritional status in children and adolescents years using R see Application tools. This web site presents growth reference data for children and adolescents, years or months. To develop this reference the same statistical methodology was used as in the construction of the WHO standards. This reference complements the WHO child growth standards for months published in April see link on right column.