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Wednesday, February 23, 2011


Ini pula tema mingguan saya...untuk tampal dlm buku rph dan tapal diruang notis board...tema minggu ini:

Nama-nama Pusat

kalau malas print jer Pusat ni....

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

mengajar lebih mudah guna tv...

kepada kawan2 and cikgu2 pra.....yang rasa nak guna pnp dengan power point ke or laptop, kan susah takder lcd....jd alat ni dijual untuk bantu sambungkan laptop ke tv....so takder lcd pon tk per....sesiapa berminat plz inbox me...

Monday, February 14, 2011

cepat dptkan bookmarks dengan harga istimewa

soft copy(suku kata kv+kv, nombor, kenali a-z, kenali nombor 1-20 dan warna) rm 10, yg print hanya bookmark suku kata kv+kv rm 20..diprint ats glossy paper ye...kalo blh pm fb sy supy seng urusan penghantaran link

Sunday, February 13, 2011


anda berminat dengan bookmarks saya?...mahukannya??? sila oder dengan sms kepada saya 0124683415...saya akan membalasnya dengan menyertakan no acc untuk bank in. Harga? pastinya tak mahal..bookmarks nombor dan suku kata kv+kv hanya Rm20..saya akan hantar melalui email kepada anda dan anda hanya download dan boleh la edit dan print mengikut citarasa anda.....percuma bookmarks huruf a-z nombor 1-10 dan warna

Saturday, February 12, 2011

vokal bergambar

apa yg telah saya cuba pada murid saya ialah belajar bunyi huruf vokal...selain dari kad ini saya rasa paling berkesan ialah bunyi huruf disertai dengan gaya..contoh a...murid sebut sambil tangan dibuka besar...menunjukkan mulut perlu dibuka besar...i pula saya minta murid meletakkan kedua2 tgn dr ats turun ke bwh..u hanya memuncungkan mulut..nanti saya akan uplod gambar...tunggu....memg berkesan hanya beberapa minit murid boleh meguasai bunti vokal

Monday, February 7, 2011


ni contoh sahaja...buku rujukn tertinggal lg...

lirik lagu untuk tema diri saya

(Sung to tune "Mulberry Bush")

My head, my shoulders, my knees, my toes
My head, my shoulders, my knees, my toes
My head, my shoulders, my knees, my toes
Then we stand together.



When I am sad, I feel like crying. (rub eyes)
When I am proud, I feel like trying. (head held high)
When I feel curious, I want to know. (look up, wondering)
When I'm impatient, I want to go! (cross arms, tap foot)
When I feel angry, I look this way. (angry look)
When I feel happy, I smile all day. (big smile)
When I am puzzled, I make a shrug. (shrug shoulders)
When I feel loving, I want to hug. (hug yourself)

**Students can make craft stick puppets with different expressions to use with this poem.



I have two hands to clap with (clap)
One nose with which to smell (sniff)
I have one head to think with (tap head)
Two lungs that work quite well (take a deep breath)
I have two eyes that let me see (point to eyes)
I have two legs that walk (walk in place)
I have two ears that help me hear (cup hands to ears)
A mouth with which to talk. (point to mouth)



My hands upon my head I'll place
Upon my shoulders, on my face.
At my waist, and by my side
Then I raise them way up high
And let my fingers fly, fly, fly.
Then clap, clap, clap and one, two, three
Just see how quiet they can be.


(Sung to tune "Merrily We Roll Along")

Will you be a friend of mine,
Friend of mine, friend of mine,
Will you be a friend of mine,
And play a game with me?

Yes, I'll be a friend of yours,
Friend of yours, friend of yours,
Yes, I'll be a friend of yours,
And play a game with you!



I have ten little fingers (hold up both hands)
And they all belong to ME (point to self)
I can make them do things
Would you like to see? (point to child)
I can shut them up tight (make fist)
I can open them up wide (open fingers)
I can clap them together and make them hide (clap, then hide)
I can jump them up high, I can jump them down low (over head and down)
And fold them together and hold them just so. (fold in lap)



This little hand is a good little hand (hold up one hand)
This little hand is his brother. (hold up other hand)
Together, they wash and they wash and they wash (washing hands)
One hand washes the other.



(Sung to the tune of Frere Jacques)

I am special, I am special (point to self)
If you look, you will see
Someone very special, someone very special,
It is me, it is me!! (Point to self)

Thanks to Sandi!


Who's Special

Look who's special.
Look who's special.
Is it her, you, or me?
No, it's all of us you see!
We're all so special as can be!

Thanks to Shelley!


I Am Special
Tune of "Are You Sleeping?"

I am special. I am special.
If you look, you will see
Someone very special
Someone very special
That is me. That is me.

Thanks to Barb!


And Audrey was Her Name-O
Tune of "B-I-N-G-O"

There was once a girl I knew
And Audrey was her name-o
A-U-D-R-E-Y, A-U-D-R-E-Y, A-U-D-R-E-Y
And Audrey was her name-o

*It works for long or short names if you change the speed at which you sing the letters of the name.....

Thanks to Sarah!


I Am Special
Song to the tune of "Are You Sleeping"

I am special, I am special
(close fist and hold up little finger and bring to chest-- this is the sign for I)

Yes I am. Yes I am.
(make a fist with thumb in front of fingers and shake forward while nodding head forward. this is the sign for yes)

God my Father loves me. God my Father loves me.
(raise outstretched arms to heaven)

Yes he does. Yes he does.
(use yes sign again)

Thanks to Ann!


Here is my picture for everyone to see
No one else looks exactly like me
My hair, my eyes are different you see
My smile, my laughter are special to me
My nose, my mouth, hands and feet
make my features quite unique
So when you look upon my face
and see my "Angelshine"
You will know that I am special
because its all.l.l mine.

Poem written and submitted by Mary Ann--thanks! "I wrote this poem that the children will recite for an open house. They will make frames out of woodsies, paint and decorate them and hold."


I Am Special

I am special, I am me.( point to self proudly)
I have two hands (raise hands)
Two eyes to see. (point to eyes)
A nose to smell (point to nose and sniff)
My ears hear well (cup ears)
A mouth to talk ( mimic talking)
And two legs to walk ( walk in place)
But that's not all because you see (point to others)
I am SPECIAL, I am ME. (point to self proudly with both thumbs)

Submitted by Celeste--thanks!


I am special as I can be
because no one looks or acts like me.
I am one person, myself, me
and that's the way that it should be.

Submitted by Roxanne--thanks!


I Am Special
(Sung to the tune, "I Love You")

I am special, I am special.
God made me, God made me.

I am special, I am special.
So are you, so are you.

Submitted by Carlla--thanks!


You are You

You are you and
I am me
There's nothing else
That we can be

We hold our head
up high each day
no matter what
anyone will say

We cannot change
I cannot be
anyone except
from me

'Coz you are you and
I am me
There's nothing else
That we can be.

Submitted by Ria--thanks!


I have a little body
I have a little body
That belongs to me
I have two ears to hear with
And two eyes to see
I have a nose for smelling
And a mouth to eat
I have two hands to wave at
Everyone that I meet.

Submitted by Season


Why Am I?

Why am I so skinny and small?
Why aren`t I like you so medium and tall?
Why aren`t I as old as you,or as bold as you?
Why aren`t I like my friends, to the very end?
I hate being oh little me, for I am nearly as small as a bee.

Submitted by Amelia M--thanks!

Aktiviti Kawan saya

Friendship Art:
Have two children work on an art project together.

Friendship Art 2
Have each child draw a picture of their friend. Label the picture as such.

Friendship Art 3
Have each child draw a picture for another child.

Friendship Art 4
Have one child trace another child's hand, color it and cut it out.

Friendship Art 5
On a very big piece of paper, have one child lay down, and the other child trace the first child. The children may color in their bodies and cut them out to hang around the class.

Friends Holding Hands
Have the children use non-toxic paints to paint their hands. Then have one child place their left hand on a piece of paper and another child places their right hand on the same paper. Label with the children's names.

Friends Holding Hands 2
Have each child place their hands along the outside of a large piece of paper. On the center of the paper write "Pre-school Friends Holding Hands" Change Pre-school to be more appropriate to your program. Say your class is the bluebird class... "Bluebird Friends Holding Hands"
Ask the parent to bring in pictures of the children with a friend to post in the classroom. Place a piece of contact paper over the picture to attach it to the wall at eye level. Talk to the children about their friends in the picture. If possible, take pictures throughout the week to post as well, of the children with their new friends

I Like...
When I was in Second Grade we did an "All about Me" Board and a warm fuzzies book. The "All About Me" board was a bunch of pictures of me and my family and there were also things that said a little bit about me... like "My favorite food is Spaghetti" or "I have a cat named Missie" The Warm Fuzzie book was a book that the teacher wrote compiling all the nice things the other children said about me. "I like her hair" "She is a good student" "I like to play with her" I still have this book somewhere amounst the few things that made it from move to move. Anyway, have the children sit in a circle and say one nice thing about the child sitting next to him/her.

Jump Song
(child's name), (child's name),
Jump up and down, Jump up and down, Jump up and down,
(child's name), (child's name),
Jump up and down, now sit back down
replace "act like a clown" or "spin all around" for "jump up and down"
replace "child's name" with "everybody" or the name of your class, eg "Tot 2"

Pick a child, and have them pick a friend to jump with.
Let's say you are singing for Sarah and Mike
Sarah and Mike, Jump up and Down,
Jump up and Down, Jump up and Down,
Sarah and Mike Jump up and Down,
Now sit back down.

Special Song
(Sung to "Where is Thumbkin?")
(Child's Name) is Special,
(Child's Name) is Special,
Yes (he/she) is,
Yes (he/she) is,
(Child's Name) is Special,
(Child's Name) is Special,
Yes (he/she) is,
Yes (he/she) is,
This song works really well when you
have the children sit in a circle,
and allow the named child to stand/dance in the
middle while the other children sing,
and/or clap along. They really like it.

The More We Get Together
The more we get together, together, together
The more we get together the happier we'll be.
'Cuz your friends are my friends and my friends are your friends
The more we get together the happier we'll be.
With child's name, and child's name, and child's name, and child's name
The more we get together the happier we'll be.
With child's name, and child's name, and child's name, and child's name
The more we get together the happier we'll be.

Jump Jim Joe
Sung to "Hurry Hurry Drive the Firetruck"
Have the children sit in a circle before lunch. Pick one child, have that child pick a friend, then have the two children hold hands and follow the directions as you sing:
Jump, Jump, Jump Jim Joe,
Shake your head,
Nod your head,
Tap your toe,
Round and round,
And round we go,
Go and wash your hands

1, 2, 3 Good Friends
Sung to "10 little Indians"
1, 2, 3 good friends,
4, 5, 6 good friends,
7, 8, 9 good friends,
10 good friends are we!

You can also sing it in Spanish
Uno, dos, tres amigos,
Cuatro, cinco seis amigos
Siete, ocho, nueve amigos
Diez amigos son!

Who is here today?
Sung to "the Farmer in the Dell"
Who is here today?
Who is here today?
Everybody clap your hands,
Who is here today?
Jill is here today!
Jill is here today!
Everybody clap your hands,
Jill is here today!
Substitute Jill for the names of the children in your class. Great circle time song where the children can dance or jump while you sing their name.

Getting to know you
Pass out memory cards to each person. Then have them walk around and try to find their match. But, before they see if they have a match, they would have to say
"Hello, My name is Mark"
and the other person would say
"Hello Mark, my name is Jane"
"It's nice to meet you Jane"
Then they can see if they have a match. The first group to find their match wins a small prize. Then, you would have them ask a few simple questions of their new friend. Name? Age? Favorite Color? Whatever...
Then you would go around the room and each person would introduce their new friend.
Then... Ask each child to name their new friends. Count how many they get right... and the people who remembered the most.. get a prize.

Name Game:
Ask each child to name all of the other students during circle time.
During Group Time Have the children count the number of children in the class. Every child can have a turn. Make a graph and make how many boys and girls are in the class. Extended version: continue to mark the graph each day.

What time is it My New Friend?
This is a fun game to play outside. You can change the name to suit any theme. The children all line up against a wall or fence. And one child, (My New Friend) or the teacher faces away from the children, a good distance away from the children. The children yell, what time is it "My New Friend", My New Friend answers 1 o'clock, and the children all take one step toward My New Friend. The children yell again, what time is it "My New Friend", My New Friend answers (fill in the blank) o'clock, and the children all take same number of step toward My New Friend. This continues until all the children are very close to My New Friend then My New Friend will answer it's midnight, and My New Friend chases the children back to the fence or wall that they started at. The first person My New Friend touches will be the new My New Friend.

My Friend May I?
Played just like Mother May I? The child and parent stand at opposite sides of a room. The child asks if he/she may: take so may step forward. i.e. "Mother may I Please take 3 baby steps forward?" the answer would be either, "Yes you may", or "No you may not." The child wins when they reach you. Encourage the use of descriptive words, such as little, big, huge, tiny, and giant. You can also play this with a group of children. The winner would be the one who reaches you first.

Red Rover
Line the children up against one side of the room. Have one teacher on one side and one on the other. The teacher on the opposite side of the children calls out "Red Rover, Red Rover, let (child's name) come over." The child goes to the other side of the room. This continues until all the children have gone to the other side of the room, then the other teacher calls out the names. Variation... call out "Red Rover, Red Rover, let children wearing red come over" and other colors, this allows more children to be active at one time.

Name Ball Game
Have the children sit in a circle and supply the children with a ball or bean bag. The child must say the child's name that they are going to pas the beanbag to or roll the ball to.

Friendship tables
Set up a table for two children to play together, legos, blocks, crayons whatever. In order for the children to sit there they must cooperate in their activity and one must ask to other to join him/her in the activity before they go to the table.

Friend Memory
Ask the parents to supply you with a picture of each child in the class. Make 2 black and white photo copies of each photo and glue the copies to the back of a blank index card. Now you have the cards to play memory.

Who is missing?
Have all the children cover their eyes. I have found that when they lay on their bellies they tend to peek less. Tap one child on the shoulder. That child will hide. Then the other children have to guess who is missing.

Hello My Friend!
Have one child sit in the middle of a circle on a chair. This child should cover his/her eyes. Then pick one child to go up to the child in the middle and say "Hello my friend, can you guess who I am?" The child in the middle gets three guesses. Then the child who spoke sits in the middle and the child that was in the middle chooses another speaker. The children can use their normal voices, but if they are familiar with the person in the chair, silly voices can be more difficult and amusing

Follow my Friend
Play follow my friend just like follow the leader.

Friendship collage
Have the children cut pictures of children out of magazines and glue them to a piece of paper.

Antara Aktiviti untuk Tema Keluarga saya

Arts and Crafts

Family Tree

Have the children make a family tree with branches and glue. For the purpose of this try to get branches with y's and let the children pick the branch to write the names of their family members.

Magazine Collage
Have the children cut out pictures of families in parents magazines. Have the children glue the pictures onto a piece of paper. Ask them to name the people in the picture and label them.

Family Puppets
Have the children cut out pictures of family members in parents magazines. Have the children glue them to a piece of heavy paper. When the glue is dry, cut out the pictures from the heavy paper and attach the pictures to a Popsicle stick or straw with tape to make a puppet.

Family Puppets 2
Ask the parents to bring in pictures they no longer want. Cut out the people in the pictures and attach the pictures to a Popsicle stick or a straw with tape to make a puppet.

Paper Bag Family Puppets
Supply each child with a brown paper bag, yarn and other items to make a puppet. The flap at the bottom of the bag is the mouth. Ask the children to give the puppet a name.

Fingerprint Family
Materials: Non toxic ink pad, Paper, Black pen or crayon
Show your child how to make finger prints on a piece of paper. Have your child draw eyes, nose mouth and hair to create a face. Ask the children to name the people in the picture.

Balloon Family
Materials: Balloon, Marker, Yarn
Blow up a balloon, have your child tape pieces of yarn onto the balloon for hair, and let them draw on a face.

Family Place mat
Have the children cut out pictures of families in parents magazines. Have the children glue the pictures onto a piece of paper. Laminate the paper and use for a place mat.

Paper Plate Faces
Have the children draw facial features onto a paper plate to make a face. Supply the children with yarn or easter grass for hair.

Paper Plate Faces 2
Have the children cut out facial features from a magazine and have them glue them onto a paper plate for a funny face.

Paper Plate Faces 3
Supply the children with different multicultural colors of paper. Have them tear the paper and glue them onto a paper plate to cover the paper plate. After the glue dries have the children draw on facial features with a marker or crayon, or they hay glue on facial features from a magazine.

Smiley Face Necklaces

Cut out circle shapes from many different colors of paper. Have the children draw a face on a circle. Punch two holes near the top of the circle. Supply the children with noodles, yarn and their smiley face to make a necklace.

Bingo Dabber Family
Supply the children with non-toxic bingo dabbers. Ask the child to dab a piece of paper with the dabber a couple of times. When dry, have the child add a face to the dots. Ask the child to tell you the names of the people in the family in their picture. Label the people for them.

Potato Prints
Cut a large potato in half from the top to bottom, so it's a really long oval. Supply the children with the potato half, different colored paints, and paper. Have the children dip the potatoes in the paint and press them firmly onto the paper. If the potatoes are not cut evenly the shape will not appear clearly. After the paint has dried, have the children add facial features to the ovals with black markers.

Broom Art
Supply the children with a broom, a large piece of butcher paper and some paint. Tape the paper on the floor and add the paint. Have the children use the broom to paint the paper. You may want to have the children take off shoes and socks, and roll up long pants... this is REALLY MESSY!!!

Bubble Art
Add a little food coloring to bubble mix. Go outside and blow some bubbles. Have your child catch the bubbles on a piece of paper to create bubble art!!

Bubble Art II
Supply the children with a bowl with bubble mix in it and a straw with a hole near the top to prevent children from sucking the soap up. Have the children blow into the straw while it is in the bowl creating bubbles. Then, have the child place a drop of food coloring on the top of the bubbles and quickly press a piece of paper on the top of the bubbles to create bubble prints.

Math, Science and Games

Animal Families:
Talk about animal families.. what do we call a baby chicken, baby dog and so on.

Create large and small animal shapes have the children sort or tell you which is bigger.

Lacing Cards
Cut colored poster board into a baby or face shape and punch holes around the edges. Them let your child lace yarn or a shoestring into the cards.

Bean bag toss
Have your child toss bean bags into a box with pictures of people on it. You can use masking tape to mark where the child should stand.

Laundry Basket Toss
Supply the children with folded socks, (In a ball), and have them throw the socks into a laundry basket. You can use masking tape to mark where the child should stand.

Picture Matching
Find family stickers. Place 2 identical stickers on the left and right sides of an index card. Cut the index in half, cut in a jig-jag form. Use a highlighter to highlight the edges. Do this with many different stickers. Have the child match the stickers, and line up the two halves of the index card.

Family Memory
Find family stickers. Place 2 identical stickers on the left and right sides of an index card. Cut the index in half, cut the index card in half. You can use these cards to play memory.

Family Bowling
Obtain 10 half gallon milk cartons, or 2 liter bottles. Fill the bottles about 1/8 full with water and seal the lid. Then, decorate the bottles like people, adding yarn for hair, and use permanent markers for the eyes nose and mouth. Set the bottles up like they were bowling pins and have the children roll a ball to try to knock them over. If they don't knock over easily, remove some of the water.

Family Chores
Even toddlers are old enough to take on some of the chores around the family home. Help the children learn about chores with these activities.

Set The Table
Let the children set the table. Have them set out the place mats, cup, plates, napkins, and silverware.

Wash the Dishes
Provide the children with CLEAN plastic dishes in the sand and water table with warm soapy water and sponges.

Fold the Clothes
You can show preschool children how to fold hand towels. Supply them with the hand towels in the dramatic play area.

Clean Up
Explain that cleaning up is a chore as well. Your program should already include this element in your class every day.

Rub-A-Dub Classroom
Spray a little soapy water on the walls, tables or shelves and supply the children with paper towel to clean with.

Sweep the Floor
Older children can sweep the floor, clean the lunch tables, and clean up after art projects.

Give the Baby a Bath
Place warm soapy water and waterproof dolls in the sand and water table. Remind the children to be very careful with their "babies". You can also provide clean empty baby shampoo containers and baby towels.

Dramatic Play
You can add these items to your home living area. Make sure all bottles and boxes are empty and cleaned thoroughly.
plastic baby bottles, (preschool and up) detergent bottles, dish soap bottles, hand soap bottles, cereal boxes, food boxes, aprons, hot pads, child safe utensils, (potato masher) oven mittens, hand towels, wash cloths, shampoo bottles, baby soap bottles, cleaning spray bottles, dresses, clip on ties, scarves, shoes, bibs, baby spoons

Group Time

Smiley Face shapes
Cut out circle shapes from large white construction paper. Have the children add facial features to the circles, and after they dry write each child's name on them. Laminate them so you can use them for the activities below.

Smiley Jump
Set out the smiley shapes on the floor. Have the children hop from one smiley shapes to another.

Smiley Musical Chairs
Set out the smiley shapes on the floor in a circle. Have the children walk around the circle of smiley faces. When the music stops have the children race to their smiley shapes. Every child should have an smiley face shape to stand on.

Smiley Circle Time
Set out the smiley shapes on the floor in a circle. Have each child sit on his/her own smiley face for circle time.

I Love My Family Because....
Have the children finish the sentence "I Love My Family Because..." Write down the children's answers and post them on a bulletin board.

Grandparents day:
Have a grandparents day party, or invite a different grandparent each day to read a special story. Be sure that stories are well rehearsed, and interesting to the children. Talk about members in a family, father, mother, sister, brother, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and more.

Mommy says:
Played like Simon Says. Replace mommy with other family members.

Mother May I?
The old game, mother may I take three little steps forward? Replace mother with other family members.

Sand and Water Table
-Have the children bathe the dolls in the water table with soap and water.

Family Duck, Duck, GOOSE!
Substitute other names in this game to suit your needs. Try Duck/Duckling, Cat/Kitten, Mommy/Baby, Daddy/Baby etc.

Family Size Graph
Ask the children "How many people are in your family?" Graph the results.

Family Songs
Love Song
by chicky-ma-ma
Love my Mommy,
Yes I do,
Love my Mommy,
Yes I do,
Love my Mommy,
Yes I do,
Love my Mommy,
And I love you!
Replace mommy with other family members.

Special Song
by chicky-ma-ma
sung to "Where is Thumbkin?"
Daddy is special,
Daddy is special,
Yes he is,
Yes he is,
Daddy is special,
Daddy is special,
Yes he is,
Yes he is.
Replace Daddy with other family members.

Two of my Favorite Books:

Song and Dance Man
Synopsis from amazon.com
Presenting the 1988 Caldecott Medal winner in a long-awaited quality paperback edition. Bridging the generations, this picture book shows the warm relationship between three children and their grandpa, a former vaudeville song and dance man who proves he hasn't lost his touch. Gammell's vibrant, whimsical pictures dance across the page in full color.

Activity Ideas

Song and Dance:
Have the children sing and dance like the Grandfather in the story. Play Vaudeville music.

Dress up:
Provide the children with vests, bowler hats, white gloves, etc for the children to dress up with.

Song and Dance II:
Have a couple children put on a show for the other children. They can tell jokes, sing and dance.

Song and Dance man Art:
Have the children try to guess what the artist used to draw the pictures in this book. Have the children draw a picture using colored pencils.

Are You My Mother?
Synopsis from amazon.com
While his mother is off looking for food, a baby bird hatches from his egg. Embarking on a hilarious, at times very touching, hunt for his mother, the little bird encounters a variety of creatures. Full color.

Activity Ideas

Have parents bring in pictures of themselves. Ask the children to find the picture of their Mother, Father and other family members.

Family Portraits
Ask parents to bring in pictures of their families, or take pictures of the families at the center. You can place these on the walls at the children's eye level by covering them with contact paper. The children will really enjoy seeing their picture and pictures of others on the walls.

Are you my Mother Game:
You can make or buy a game like Memory: mommies and babies. You can play like intended or just take five or so matched out and give each child a baby and place the mommies on a table face down. Each time a child guesses which is the mommy to their card they say "Are you my Mother" and if the card is not the mother the child and other children can say "you are not my mother"

Are you my Mother? Game II:
Play this like doggie doggie where's your bone! Except you choose one child to be the baby bird in the middle and the child with a block or toy is the mommy. The Bird points to a child and asks "Are you my Mother?" the child answers "Yes" if they have the block or "No I am a ___". Fill in the ___ with cat, dog, boat.. etc On the third guess if the child guess incorrectly the child should respond "I am a Snort" and everyone can point to the "Mother"

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

kad bintang

sempat jugak sebelum tidur menyiapkan satu lg....cantik2 gambar ni..i like

royal albert colections

Dalam tahun ni akan sampai..saya kirim dari kawan yang duduk sana...cantikkan..memang gile tengok pinggan mangkuk ni..tp mahal bangat...jadilah koleksi ini pun..nak pergi n beli melalui online lagi tak berdaya..so ini lah jelah yang bakal duduk kat almari jati saya yang dah lama kosong n minta diisi

hasil KerJaTahun 2010

Kek Coklat Kukus

Bahan-bahan ( 8 in )
1 cawan gula perang
1 cawan susu segar perisa coklat
1 cawan minyak
3/4 cawan serbuk koko
1/2 cawan susu pekat manis
1 1/4 cawan tepung gandum
1 sudu teh soda bikarbonat
1 sudu teh baking powder
3 biji telur

Ayak tepung, soda bikarbonat & baking powder
Masukkan serbuk koko, gula, susu segar, susu pekat dan minyak ke dalam periuk dan panaskan di atas api kecil sehingga semua larut. Matikan api.
Pukul telur hingga kembang dan masukkan ke dalam bancuhan koko.
Masukkan tepung sedikit sedikit dan gaul sebati.
Tuang ke dalam loyang yang telah di lengser dengan minyak/ lapik dengan kertas minyak.
Tutup loyang dengan aluminium Foil dan kukus selama 1 jam di dalam kukusan yang telah dipanaskan.
Angkat dan sejukkan.