Things are cooking at the Lincoln Children's Museum as kids discover their inner chefs.
It's called 'Kid Chefs' camp, and Education Manager Emily Nash says it's one of the most popular summer camps at the museum.
"They love the goodies, they love to make rice krispie treats, they love to make caramel apples," Nash said.
Nash says the week-long camp aims to teach kids about food, from nutrition and wellness to using food for art and dyes. It's all about making learning fun, and most of the campers are excited about creating their own sweet treats.
Eric Chobonyon was in line to make his caramel apple.
"I haven't done one yet but I'm expecting great things," Eric said.
There will be another 'Kid Chefs' camp offered at the Lincoln Children's Museum in August.