Children grow about 5 centimetres each year between age 4 and the start of puberty. It is not possible to predict exactly how tall a child will be until they stop growing, but there are a few things that can help us make a guess.
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Things you can do to make sure you are at the healthiest weight for you include eating healthy foods and not skipping meals, getting some exercise every day, limiting your time watching TV or using devices, making sure you get enough sleep.
This depends on the person and the timing of puberty. For girls, the fastest growth spurt usually occurs before she gets her first period. For Boys ... read more.
Children reach puberty at very different ages, which is why often there is a big size difference between friends who are the same age. Read more ...