Based on the children's book of the same name by Eric Carle, Philomel Press.
From the box back:
Match colors and create a beautiful butterfly. Each player has five fruits of matching color and shape. Play proceeds with a spinner, first player to place all their shapes on the butterfly wins. Can also be played cooperatively.
This game helps young players to develop color recognition and matching skills as well as important social skills: taking turns, following rules, and sharing.
This is a different game from the same-named Very Hungry Caterpillar Game, which is made further confusing because both games have very similar box-fronts, using the same picture from the cover of the book. This game uses a Cootie or Jumbolino mechanism where players must collect pieces based on random rolls/spins.