There are 24 cards - 4 of each numbered 1-6 on the back (in the style of a 6-sided die). Each card has a leaf and a number of ladybirds from 0-3 on the front.
At the start of the game, the back of the cards are showing (so each leaf is hidden), but on his/her turn, a player rolls the die and picks up a card of that value.
Near the end of the game, if you roll a number that has no cards left, you pass on to the next player. The game ends when the last card has been turned over and the winner is the player with the most ladybirds.
A luck based game which small children enjoy and which teaches simple addition and the numbers on a die.