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Purchasing the correct size of clothing for children can be a challenge. It’s so easy if the child is with you! They can try on everything. But what do you do if the items are intended as a gift or donation? I’m always left wondering if the shirt or pants would be too big for one age group or too small for the next. A Childrens Size Chart would be handy!
Download and print this Children’s Size Chart to bring with you when you shop!
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There will always be a size range since everyone grows at a different rate. Even my children wore different sizes than their peers, or even their siblings, at the very same age. Hopefully, this printable chart will make it easier to pick up clothing for all kinds of gift-giving – even for shoebox gifts or shelter donations. This Children’s Size Chart covers everything and lists Age, Approx. Shirt Size, Pants Size, Socks, Shoes, and even Underwear!
You can keep one in your purse or pocket when shopping.
Usually, it is safer to get the largest size for the age range. They can always grow into clothing, but an item that is much too small can never be used. Therefore, for example, if you are purchasing for a 2-4-year-old, you would get 4T-5T clothing.
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Are you purchasing for a charity? You might be able to get some items donated. Check out my post on “How to Get Donations from Businesses”
Are you looking for ways to fundraise? You might want to check on my post on “Over 150 Best Ideas for Fundraising as Individuals and Groups”