Boys and girls growth charts - ages 12 to 36 months
I have wanted a new layout for children's growth charts. It seems to me that having height, weight, and head circumference on one page would be much easier for medical teams to use. Height-to-weight ratio is important, but I tend not to use a graph for this. A quick comparison of height and weight percentiles is enough for me in most cases. Charts for body mass index (BMI) are more important for older children.
So here they are... created with data provided by the NCHS and CDC. I used Microsoft Excel to create the graphs, and Adobe Illustrator to manipulate them into a one-page format. I hope you find these useful. Growth charts for older children will be available soon.
Boys growth - ages 0 to 36 months - height, weight, head circumference.
Girls growth - ages 0 to 36 months - height, weight, head circumference.
Data provided by the National Center for Health Statistics and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Accessed Dec 07. http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/about/major/nhanes/growthcharts/datafiles.htm
Last Updated (Monday, 22 June 2009 09:21)