He is well below the 5th %

**for height**and about the 80th %**for**weight. In other words, his**height**...2 Answers · Health · 04/08/2006

Yes what u say is true and there are charts

**for**that By the age of 9, an average boy would have attained 75% of his adult**height**. By the age of 18, he would attain double his**height**at an early age...2 Answers · Health · 19/04/2007

Try the AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS website. Try to google, "growth and development tables"

1 Answers · Health · 02/11/2008

The increase in

**height for boys**begins at around age 11 and...can predict your childs mature**height**using this formula: (father...to the US CDC growth**chart**(http://www.kidsgrowth.com/stages...2 Answers · Health · 17/10/2008

... are some growth charts from the CDC: http.../

**For**U.S. ...**For**U.S.**boys**, age 2-20: http://www.cdc... boy : average**height**= 61.5" or 5'1.5...2 Answers · Health · 16/04/2007

... the study is very small (15 adults

**for**girls and 14**for boys**). Anyway, the mean was 57.99 cm**for boys**, and 55.81**for**...5 Answers · Health · 09/08/2007

... weight by the square of the

**height**. Moreover, this varies**for**both**boys**and girls. According to the**chart for**average**height**and weight**for**both girls and**boys**.this is where your...3 Answers · Health · 05/08/2009

...

**for**growth charts , "normal" heights and weights ... parents,**for**instance, tend to have ...of 15 or 16. In**boys**, the growth spurt begins...4 Answers · Health · 01/09/2009

The

**height**is based on a formula using both paternal and maternal**height**. Standard charts exist to give a prediction, assuming no adverse interventions, of minimum predicted**height**.7 Answers · Health · 13/04/2007

... how tall you will be is to take your parents

**height**in centimeters, add them together, divide by 2 and add 7cm. Its...4 Answers · Health · 12/11/2008