Besides Gidding, Gorder will be introducing the TLC series to her daughter, Bebelle, who at nine years old, missed her mom's appearance on the show by three years.
"She hasn't seen a lick of that, and it's about time. I probably picked the most timely part of her life to start watching," she shared. "Eight and nine [year olds] is the group of kids that first watched the show and made it the sensation that it was, so I'm happy to educate a brand new generation."
The 43-year-old designer is also helping to educate the next generation in another way, by partnering with Box Tops for Education for the first-ever National Box Tops for Education Week, which kicked off on Sunday and helps raise money for schools across America.
"I'm already involved with this program on a family level in that I've been doing it with my daughter since kindergarten," Gorder told ET. "This is kind of like a treasure hunt I do with my daughter, we look at every package for a second before we throw it away just to make sure there isn't a box top, then we clip them and bring them into school."
"All of the funding that comes from these box tops goes directly into sports equipment, to art supplies, library books, texts, et cetera, and I don't know one school that can say, 'Oh, you know what, I'm good. I have enough of that,'" she explained. "No, every school needs more supplies, and this is just one way to bridge that gap. It makes a huge difference and makes your kid a hero at school."
Trading Spaces returns to TLC in 2018.