A measurement chart for kids allows an adult to use a tape measure to determine height, with the child standing straight next to a flat wall, explains the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The results are then recorded on a measurement chart next to the child's age and weight.
A liquid measurement chart displays measurements for fluids, such as pints, cups and ounces, and indicates equivalencies. For instance, one quart is the same as one-fourth of a gallon, 2 pints, 4 cups or 32 fluid ounces.
A foot measurement chart is a sheet (usually paper) that measures the length and width of a person’s feet in inches to help determine shoe size, says About.com. Size matters and the information visible on a foot measurement chart should always cross reference with a manufacturer's shoe charts.
As of July 2015, good measurement charts for baking are on websites for Domino Sugar and Quaker Oats. Domino's has a page with basic charts that display liquid and dry measurement equivalents. For instance, 1/4 cup equals 4 tablespoons.
A weight chart for normal babies is available through the parenting and pregnancy experts at BabyCenter. The chart provides a range of normal weights for babies at birth, three, six, nine and 12 months of age, with continued height and weight ranges provided to 8 years.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hosts a broad selection of height and weight charts for infants. These charts are divided by gender and denote various notable percentages for height and weight.
After using a ruler or Brannock device to measure your foot, take your measurement in inches or centimeters. Compare the measurement to those on a chart to find your size in various countries, depending on the chart.
Nick Jr. presents a printable measurement chart for kids on its website. The diagram features characters from "Blue's Clues," including Sprinkles, Magenta and Blue herself. To assemble the chart, print three pages, cut out each section and place them against the wall, one on top of the other.
To read a baby growth chart, find the place where the baby's weight intersects with his age in months on the chart. For most babies, this point falls on or near one of the curves that indicate the baby's percentile, or how large he is compared to other babies.
As of October 2015, conversion charts for cooking measurements are located on Food.com, Cooks.com and the website for Exploratorium. Food.com lets users choose starting and conversion units from drop-down menus for liquids, weights, temperatures and lengths.