Taking Off All My Clothes
Taking off all my clothes is getting undressed so I am naked.
It is sometimes OK to take off all my clothes. This is usually when I am at home. For example when I need to change or have a shower. I can take off all my clothes when I am alone and in the bathroom or my bedroom.
It is usually not OK to take off all my clothes when other people are around. It is not OK to be naked in a public place unless it is a changing room. For example, it is OK to take off all my clothes at the swimming pool when I'm changing in the changing room.
Being seen without any clothes on is generally not OK. Other people may be upset if I take off all my clothes. Adults may be cross with me.
I can keep my clothes on when I am in places with other people. I can take off my clothes when I am alone and at home.
People wear clothes for lots of reasons. They keep us warm when it is cold. They protect our skin from the sun when it is hot. We also wear clothes to hide parts of our body that we tend to keep private.
Here is some information about wearing clothes:
There are places when it is OK to take off all of our clothes. This is usually at home when we change our clothes in our bedroom or take a shower or bath.
Sometimes we might need to change to wear special clothes such as PE kit or swimming wear.
Most of the time we are expected to have our clothes on. If we take our clothes off at the wrong time or the wrong place we can make other people upset. It is usually best to ask an adult if unsure.
Sometimes we might feel too hot and want to take off some of our extra clothing we wear to keep warm. That is usually OK but sometimes it is not. It is usually best to ask an adult if unsure.
It is important to wear clothes to keep us feeling comfortable and to cover our bodies. Sometimes we are told what clothes we must wear and sometimes we can choose ourselves. If unsure about what to wear it is usually best to ask an adult.