How to define an object.value() - iterating with a for loop

I’m doing something wrong with this code.

Instructions: Use an object.value() method to return an array of checkObj 's values, and assign this array to a constant called objToArray . Next, use a for loop to iterate through objToArray and determine if any of the numbers are divisible by 6. If so, reassign the value of divBy6 to true.

Code:
const checkObj = {
oddNum: 1,
evenNum: 2,
foundNum: 5,
randomNum: 18
};

let divBy6 = false;

console.log(Object.values(checkObj))

const objToArray = [Object.values(checkObj)];
for (let i = 0; i < objToArray.length; i++) {
  if (objectToArray[i] % 6 === 0) {
    divBy6 = true;
  }
}

console.log(objToArray)

Result should be:
[1, 2, 5, 18]
true

Result I get:
[1, 2, 5, 18]
Reference Error on line 15: objectToArray is not defined

How do I define an object.value?

That must be line 15. Be sure to check that variables are all spelled the same.