Children who are 8-years-old should weigh about 57 pounds, according to Disabled World. Boys at 8 years weigh an average of one-half pound less because they are slightly shorter. Eight-year-old children are typically about 50.5 inches tall.
Children in the 95th percentile of weight for their age group are at risk of becoming overweight, according to pediatrics expert Dr. Vincent Iannelli for About.com. Parents who are concerned about a child's weight should consult with medical professionals. Doctors advise cutting down on junk food and increasing activity so children do not become overweight. Some girls around age 8 put on extra weight as they approach the age of puberty.Learn More
According to Baby Center, the average weight for a 6-year-old boy is between 41.9 and 50.6 pounds. The average height for a 6-year-old boy is 44.2 to 46.9 pounds.Full Answer >
Standard weight is not based strictly on age; an ideal weight takes height into consideration as well. According to Disabled World, the average 14-year-old girl, who is about 5 feet and 4 inches tall, weighs between 105 and 125 pounds.Full Answer >
Standard weight charts indicate that an average 13-year-old female should weigh approximately 101 pounds. This is based on a calculation of a 13-year-old female who is 61.7 inches, or 5.1 feet, tall. Teenagers who are taller are likely to weigh more.Full Answer >
According to the Body Mass Index (BMI) chart, the healthy weight range for a 5 foot, 10 inch tall adult male is 132 to 167 pounds. Age is not used in the BMI chart to determine a healthy weight.Full Answer >