When children start school at age 5, many are about 43 inches tall and weigh about 43 pounds, according to Drugs.com. During puberty, a child's height and weight increase rapidly. Children who have started puberty reach ... More »

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Baby Center offers an online size and growth timeline chart for children from birth through 8 years of age. The chart is based on the 25th to 75th percentiles for weight and height, so half of all children fall within th... More »

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The average weight for a woman is 164.7 pounds, as of 2014. The average weight for a man is 194.7 pounds. Men have an average height of 69.4 inches and average waist circumference of 39.7 inches. Women's average height i... More »

According to Disabled World, a rough average for what a 7-year-old girl weighs is 49.5 pounds at 47.7 inches tall, and an average 7-year-old boy weighs 50.5 pounds and stands 48 inches tall. However, they note that these... More »

The average weight for a 9-year-old is approximately 63 pounds, while the average height of a 9-year-old is approximately 52.5 inches. These averages vary slightly based on gender. More »

A healthy weight for a woman who is 5 feet 5 inches tall ranges from 114 to 144 pounds, with a corresponding body mass index of 19 to 24. This range is considered normal by the American Cancer Society. More »

According to What to Expect, at 18 months of age, a child's weight should typically be between 20.25 and 29 pounds for girls and 21.5 and 31 pounds for boys. A child's weight may vary due to individual differences. More »