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Whack on bubble wrap
To a kid who's not quite ready to drive nails, nothing feels better than whap, crackle and pop. Supply a kid-size hammer or a rubber mallet. (Hearing protection is a good idea here. This gets LOUD.)
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Bubble Wrap Windows in Winter to Save on Heat
Bubble wrap can be used to wrap up windows during winter to help your home retain heat just like plastic film. Depending on the size of your windows, bubble wrap might be a cost-effective tool versus regular plastic film.