An arm balancing pose that is easier than it looks, yet can be challenging if you have wrist issues, crow, (Kakasana) and crane (Bakasana) are frequently confused for each other. Crow is generally more accessible, done with bent arms, while crane is done with straight arms.
To make crow even more accessible, first practice it reclined on your back. Practice with bent arms on legs, with knees pressing into your triceps. Next, start in a squat with feet perching on a couple of blocks, hands on the mat below you. Press knees into your triceps; practice lifting one foot first, then try both feet. You can also place a pillow or blanket in front of you to have a soft landing.
I also love this pose outdoors in the grass. Have fun with this playful pose and don't forget to breathe!