Growth Charts


Based on data provided by the World Health Organization. This website is not related to or endorsed by the World Health Organization in any way.

Draw your child's growth chart!

If you want a simple and convenient way to check your child's growth against the WHO Child Growth Standards, you have come to the right place. The standards were developed using data collected in the WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study. The site calculates and draws the physical growth curves for the specific age and dimensions of your child.

It only gives a very global indication of the dimensions that your child might reach later in life. The actual future height of your child can still be influenced by factors like your child's health, eating patterns, etc.

Check your health risk with ABSI and 'New BMI'

With our ABSI Calculator you can assess your health risk based upon your weight, waist circumference and age with the new ABSI method.

Now also included is the calculation of the 'New BMI', that according to its creator Professor L N Trefethen FRS should give a much better indication of health risks than the traditional BMI. Use of our Absi Calc website is free!


Calculate your growth chart now!


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Expected height at age 2 infoThis is a prediction based on growth data provided by World Health Organization. It only gives a very global indication of the height that your child might reach at age 2. The actual height of your child at that age can still be influenced by factors like your child's health, eating patterns, etc.
Expected height at age 5 infoThis is a prediction based on growth data provided by World Health Organization. It only gives a very global indication of the height that your child might reach at age 5. The actual height of your child at that age can still be influenced by factors like your child's health, eating patterns, etc.
Expected height at age 12 infoThis is a prediction based on growth data provided by World Health Organization. It only gives a very global indication of the height that your child might reach at age 12. The actual height of your child at that age can still be influenced by factors like your child's health, eating patterns, etc.
Expected height at age 19 infoThis is a prediction based on growth data provided by World Health Organization. It only gives a very global indication of the height that your child might reach at age 19. The actual height of your child at that age can still be influenced by factors like your child's health, eating patterns, etc.





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