Find your child's growth percentile based on age and weight.
This chart shows the percentiles of weight for girls from 2 to 20 years.
The curved lines show weight percentiles. For example, the top curved line shows the 95% percentile, which means that 95% of children are at or under that weight.
The bottom of the chart shows ages, from 2 to 20 years. The left and right sides of the chart show weights.
The chart shows that at age 2, 95% of girls are less than 32 pounds (about 15 kilograms) and 5% are less than 22 pounds (10 kg). At age 20, 95% of girls are less than 184 pounds (about 83 kg) and 5% are less than 102 pounds (46 kg).
Find your child's weight on either side, and read horizontally across until you reach the vertical line for your child's age. Then see where that point is among the percentile lines.
For example, a girls 110 pounds (50 kg) and 14 years old is just above the 50% percentile.
Consult your physician if you are concerned about your child's weight.
The chart is taken directly from the Centers for Disease Control National Center for Health Statistics. We converted it from a PDF file into a web graphic. You can view and print the PDF version here if you would like to record your child's weight.
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