I am running my first campaign of D&D 5e. We have been playing for two years and I have maybe been a bit too generous with my players.
We play with a projector and MapTool, so the players can see the room where the monsters are as soon as one of them enters the room.
I have two players who are playing a hiding game with me. Both casters, a druid and a wizard, are pretty fragile, so they plan their attacks to enter the room, do their attack and then have enough movement left to leave the room. They wait outside for their next turn, and do it again. Since they see the movement in the room, they can do it, and I can't tell them to forget what they see.
How do I deal with these players' tactic?