The series will focus on STEM themes and will promote social-emotional growth.
A new line-up of Bob the Builder episodes are making their way to PBS Kids this November.
Building on the success of the 2015 revamped series, Bob the Builder is returning with new adventures that promote social-emotional growth and STEM subjects to kids.
Kids, parents and teachers will also be able to find a range of activities to play at pbskids.org/bobthebuilder.
Christopher Keenan, SVP and executive producer at Mattel Creations, said: "Bob the Builder is built on themes that are important for children to learn at a young age, including teamwork, determination and optimism.
“We are looking forward to bringing all-new episodes to PBS Kids so little ones can continue to grow and learn with Bob and the team."