I can tell by looking at Google analytics that one of the search terms that brings readers to this website is “children’s growth charts.” The page to which those readers are directed is our free printables listing, which up until this week offered only the growth chart I personally use for my own family:
As you can see, it’s pretty plain. I like it, because it saves me having to flip back and forth between twelve baby books when my little ones want to know how their height compares to their big brothers’ at the same age.
But I’m guessing most people don’t really need enough space to record weights and measures for as many as 16 children on a single page.
So this weekend, I came up with a few alternative designs. If you’re in the market for a free printable growth chart to track your child’s progress over the course of the next several years, you can take your pick!
If you need a chart for an older child, you might try one of the following styles. You can print all three in color or in black and white. There’s a chart for boys, another for girls, and I’ve also included a matching chart for babies. To download, just click the link for the chart you want:
Now I’ve got to find the tape measure and record how my own little ones have grown. We’ve celebrated several birthdays this summer, so this is the time to do it!