**And more puzzles...**

**A ten second challenge**

Using only the figures 1, 2, 3 and 4 once each, write the largest number you can, without having two consecutive figures next to each other. Remember both 34 and 43 have consecutive digits.

**Above 100**

The answer to each of these is the smallest number to fit the clue that is above 100.

For example, Find the first even number.

answer 102

**Aging quickly**

Two days ago she was 12, next year she will be 15!

What is the date today and when is her birthday?

**Perfect cubes**

Here are twelve perfect cubes with four digits from 10 cubed which is 1000 to 21 cubed which is 9261

Fill in the grid below with these perfect cubes