This app estimates or predicts the future adult height of a child, toddler, baby or teen based on two methods. The current measured height of the child. Note, this is only used to determine the additional growth of the child when using the Mid-Parent Rule. Child's Weight - The current weight of the child. Predict Adult Height. CDC.
Predicted heights are usually within 4 inches, taller or shorter, than actual adult height. Medical conditions and other factors can affect a child's growth. Estimates are less accurate when.
Measurements such as height, weight, and head circumference of a child can be compared to the expected values based on data from these growth charts of children of the same age and sex. In general, children maintain a fairly constant growth curve, which is why these charts can be used to predict the adult height of a child to a certain extent.
The most common way to estimate a child's adult height is to base it on the parents' heights. Two Years Times Two Method. Did you know the earliest growth spurt, from baby to toddler, actually accounts for roughly half of a child's adult height? A simple method to predict adult height is .