From this time on, parents congratulate their newborn, they look forward to the progress of the child, imagining every inch of development and on the way every new development milestone on the way. But how can they tell that the growth of kids is proper?
Physical growth refers to the increases in height and weight and other body changes that happen as a child matures.
Growth of kids – comparison chart
Average weight and height for infants (0-9 months old)
In every regular check, your child’s doctor will measure and weigh your baby and tell you what percentage he/she will fit in. If you are worried about the height or weight of your child, visit a doctor.
Average weight and height for toddlers (1-2 yrs old)
By the time children become toddler (or the terrible twos), they are moving more. They are also aware of what they are and themselves as well. Toddlers at this age also have an enhanced longing to explore objects that are new and people who are new as well.
Average weight and height for preschooler (2-3 Year Old)
To provide estimates of the development of the common 2-3-year-olds at this age, but you need to consider the unique context of your child’s development as you look forward to your child’s changes.
Average weight and height for big kid (4-5 Year Old)
When your child is at 4-5 years of age, he/she begins to feel more confident and independent. This is the stage where he/she gets more information about creativity and self-control. In terms of 4 and 5 years old development, you will see that they become more content and play with their own toys for a very long time and are eager to learn and try new experiences.
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