If you are looking for sport clip ups, there is a fun day out at Schultz's ridge/Dan and Jerry's playground. Super short approach, nice soft grades, plenty of bolts. Quite unlike Yosemite. If you find yourself hiking hard up a steep trail, you missed the bolts and are heading for the Moratorium, which is quite another matter.
I had forgot about a couple of areas. For a moderate leader, check out Manure Pile Buttress. The most popular route there is Nutcracker and justifiably so but check the topo. Not one for a leader breaking into the grade because of the last pitch (has a funky mantle) but there is a bunch of other stuff. The Five Open Books with Munginella, Commitment...... Also on the other side of the Falls is a couple of good stuff. To get a hnag of the rock there is a cliff next to the roadd between Camp 4 and the Yosemite Falls.
Tuolumne, while amazingly beautiful, is not nice for the below 5.9 leader. Below 5.9 things tend to be runout. From 5.9 to 5.12 things "tend" to be fairly well protected, with very important deviations.