Produced by Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization, the beloved show is to begin its new season Sept. 27.
Heading into the second term of its two-year curriculum, season 41 emphasizes everyday science investigation and encourages kids to ask specific questions and get excited about how the world works.
Additionally, the show will offer a new feature called "Super Grover 2.0." In six new, 6-minute segments, Grover observes, questions, investigates and reports solutions to problems around the planet.
"Children are naturally inquisitive -- they are always questioning and analyzing the world around them," Rosemarie Truglio -- vice president of education and research at Sesame Workshop -- said in a statement Monday. "The goal of the curriculum is to introduce young children to vocabulary and process skills that are integral in developing scientific reasoning abilities. Having our characters model these skills, especially 'Super Grover 2.0,' is a perfect age-appropriate way to engage children while they learn science concepts and build knowledge about how the world around them works."