Move Over Preschoolers and Tweens -- It's All About Mom on Noggin & The N, On Sunday May 12, 2002 Coutesy of Noggin Noggin and The N pay tribute to Mom throughout the day on Sunday, May 12 with two separate programming blocks aimed at celebrating Mother's Day. The celebration begins bright and early Sunday morning at 8:00 a.m. on Noggin with "Little Bear" and runs throughout the day with special Mother's Day themed episodes of "123 Sesame Street," "Gullah Gullah Island," "Allegra's Window," and "Franklin." At 6:00 p.m., when Noggin transforms into The N, a special mom-themed episode of "Clarissa Explains It All" kicks off the evening which also features a new, never-before-seen episode of "A Walk In Your Shoes" featuring a mother/daughter switch. The following is a detailed rundown for Mother's Day with repeat telecasts. NOGGIN 8:00 a.m. & 5:30 p.m. ET "LITTLE BEAR": Mother's Day Rabbit is afraid to give his mom a Mother's Day gift because he broke her teapot. At the urging of Rabbit, Little Bear disguises himself as a rabbit to deliver a Mother's Day present to Rabbit's mom. Mother Rabbit and Rabbit are reunited and Little Bear goes home to deliver his own Mother's Day present to Mother Bear. 9:30 a.m. ET "123 SESAME STREET": Oscar's Mom Visits Sesame Street Oscar's mother is coming to Sesame Street. Telly sets out to help Oscar buy a present for her from Finder's Keepers. 10:30 a.m. ET "GULLAH GULLAH ISLAND": Baby Animals When Natalie goes through a basket of James' and Shaina's baby clothes, thoughts on Gullah Gullah Island turn to babies and little things. Marisol and Armando show off their new pet chicks, and Ranger Mike Walker teaches the kids about baby birds and mother turtles. Binyah Binyah Polliwog reminds us that although he's so big he's just a baby too. 11:30 a.m. ET "ALLEGRA'S WINDOW": A Tangled Web Allegra finds her mother's sparkling ring and borrows it so she can show Lindi, but loses it on her way. Her mother reprimands her for taking something without asking and teaches her a memory game to help her retrace her steps and recover the ring. 3:30 p.m. ET "123 SESAME STREET": Rosita and Big Bird Play Mommy and Daddy Elmo pretends to be a baby and Rosita and Big Bird pretend to be his mommy and daddy. 8:30 a.m. & 5:00 p.m. ET "FRANKLIN": Franklin's Mom Mrs. Turtle's determination and ingenuity shine through, when she leads Franklin and Bear on a camping adventure. Franklin and Bear learn that any challenge can be overcome because "where there's a will, there's a way." THE N 6:00 p.m. ET "CLARISSA EXPLAINS IT ALL": Tale of Two Moms Sam's mom Debbie is in town for two weeks for the Roller Derby playoffs. Sam is upset because he never gets to really see her and the hotel she's planning on staying in is across town. Clarissa invites Debbie to stay at her house. The house becomes chaotic when Debbie tries to take over. 7:30 p.m. ET "THE ADVENTURES OF PETE AND PETE": The Nightcrawlers Little Pete decides that enough is enough and wages war against his Mom and the International Adult Conspiracy over the most annoying of adult dictates: arbitrary bedtime. 8:00 p.m. ET "A WALK IN YOUR SHOES": Mother/Daughter Caitlin learns more about her mother's life by taking over her job as a circuit court judge. Caitlin learns about the law and even presides over a civil trial. By the end of the day, Caitlin understands why her mother is not always in the best mood when she comes home at night. Caitlin's mother, goes to work at the YMCA and helps feed, tutor, and play with the kids. She realizes that Caitlin's life is much more structured than she originally thought. 8:30 p.m. ET "CLARISSA EXPLAINS IT ALL": A New Mom Clarissa has a history assignment: take something old, tired, and worn out and reinvent it. Clarissa tries to remodel her mother. Noggin is a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop, currently reaching over 22 million households via cable, digital cable and satellite. With two distinct program blocks, "Noggin" for preschoolers and "The N" for 'tweens -- the network helps kids to figure out their lives with educational media both on-air and online (http://www.noggin.com and http://www.the-n.com).