Week 1 travel fertilized egg

One cell: zygote
Divide cluster of cells 8+ cells: morula
Further divide: blastocyst implants
3 weeks after fertilization: embryo
9 weeks after fertilization: embryo

Oocyte released from ovary about the midpoint of the menstrual cycle.
Day 0 - Ovulation/Fertilization The haploid oocyte and spermatozoa fuse at fertilization to form a diploid zygote, the first cell. Fertilization occurring generally in the first third of the uterine tube (uterine horn, fallopian tube).
Day 1 to 3 - Cell division by mitosis forming a solid ball of cells, the morula.
Day 3 to 5 - Cell compaction forming a fluid-filled space and two cell populations, the blastocyst (1-chambered conceptus).
Day 5 to 7 - blastocyst "hatches" from the surrounding zona pellucida.
Day 7 to 9 - Implantation commences and continues through the second week of development.

From: https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php?curid=202