(Starting with the Full Moon closest to Yule)
According to the Celtic Tree Calendar:
Birch Moon (feminine)
Nicknames: Moon of Inception, Beginning
Rowan Moon (masculine)
Nicknames: Moon of Vision, Spirit Moon, Astral Travel Moon
Ash Moon (feminine)
Nicknames: Moon of Waters
Alder Moon (masculine)
Nicknames: Moon of Utility, Efficacy, Self-Guidance
Willow Moon (feminine)
Nicknames: The Witche's Moon, Moon of Balance
Hawthorne Moon (masculine)
Nicknames: Moon of Restraint, Hindrance, Summer Moon
Oak Moon (masculine)
Nicknames: Moon of Strength, Security, Bear Moon
Holly Moon (feminine)
Nicknames: Moon of Encirclement, Polarity
Hazel Moon (feminine)
Nicknames: Moon of the Wise, Crone Moon
Vine Moon (androgynous)
Nicknames: Moon of Celebration
Ivy Moon (masculine)
Nicknames: Moon of Buoyancy, Resilience
Reed Moon (feminine)
Nickanmes: Moon of the Home, Hearth Moon, Winter Moon, Moon Which Manifests Truth
Elder Moon (masculine)
Nicknames: Moon of Completeness
The Rowan Protects against enchantment. Magickal Associations: Healing, personal empowerment, divination.
The Ash of the Ogham alphabet is the Cosmic Ash, or World Tree. Magickal Associations: Prosperity, protection, healing.
The Alder Magickal Associations: Spirituality, teaching, weather magick, duty, mental prowness.
The Willow in the Tree alphabet stands for the female and lunar rhythms of life. Magickal Associations: Romantic love, healing, protection, fertility, magick for women.
The Hawthorn Magickal Associations: Fertility, peace, prosperity, binding.
The Oak Magickal Associations: All positive purposes, magick for men, fidelity.
The Holly symbolizes paternity and fatherhood, has always been regarded as a potent life symbol. Magickal Associations: Protection, prophecy, magick for animals, sex magick.
The Hazel Salmon are associated with the Hazel in Irish legend. The Hazel is also strongly associated with meditation and mediation. Magickal Associations: Manifestation, spirit contact, protection, fertility.
The Vine Magickal Associations: Fertility, inspiration, prosperity, binding.
The Ivy puts you in touch with your own inner resources, giving you the ability to see through the eyes of the soul beyond the everyday world. Magickal Associations: Healing, protection, cooperation, exorcism.
The Reed Magickal Associations: Fertility, protection, love, family concerns.
The Elder is linked to the eternal turnings of life and death, birth and rebirth. Magickal Associations: Exorcism, prosperity, banishing, healing.
Waning: This is when the moon goes from full to new it is called "waning". Magick that is done during this time: Breaking bad habits, binding, etc.
Esbat: This type of ritual can be done any time. Usually, but not limited to, on the Full moon, could also be performed on the New moon. It is just a ritual to honor the Goddess, usually. Sometimes moon magick is performed, or drawing down the moon. If, however you wish to form a tradition of only performing an Esbat at the time of the full moon then it is ok to perform it 3 days before or three days after the actual full moon. The number 3 was sacred to the Celts, as was the number 9 (because three 3's make a nine) and the number 9 always comes back to itself when you multiply it (9X2=18, 8+1=9; 9X3=36, 3+6=9, etc.)..
Drawing Down the Moon: A practice done to invoke Goddess energy. Simply done, it is usually just opening yourself up to the moon and the Goddess energies, the purpose is to be at one with the divine Goddess Energy for any sort of magickal work, or even fertility rites for those wanting to become pregnant.