# How tall will a boy in the 25th percentile be?

• For example, if your son is 43 inches tall at age 6 (the 10th percentile), then you could possibly expect him to be 66 inches (5 feet 6 inches) tall as an adult (the 25th percentile at 19 to 20 years old).

• Examples. If your child is in the 75th percentile for height, shes taller than 75 percent of other kids her age. If shes in the 25th percentile for weight, she only exceeds 25 percent of children her age in weight.

Also, what percentile is my sons height? CDC Height for Age Percentiles for Boys (2 - 20 years)

Percentile < 5: Short stature Percentile >= 5 and < 95: Normal stature Percentile >= 95: Tall stature
Also, what does it mean if my child is in the 25th percentile?

If your child is in the 25th percentile for weight, this means hes heavier than 25 percent of boys his age, and less heavy than 75 percent of boys his age. Kids, like adults, come in all shapes and sizes, and some fall on the heavier side, some on the lighter side.

How tall will my boy be?

Mother and Fathers Height Average Add 5 inches for a boy or subtract 5 inches for a girl, to this total. Divide the remaining number by two. Example: A boys mother is 5 feet, 6 inches tall (66 inches), while the father is 6 feet tall (72 inches):

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